Who needs a contractor bond in Pulaski County, Indiana?
The four trades listed by name in Pulaski County ordinances regarding contractor license and bond requirements are:
- General contractors
- Electrical contractors
- Plumbing contractors
- Mechanical contractors
These contractors cannot begin work in the area without a contactor license/permit bond. Towns in Pulaski County include Francesville, Medaryville, Monterey, Star City, and Winamac.
Contractors may also have license and bond requirements at the state level. Check out our Indiana contractor license bonds page for specific information. You can also contact your local governing authority or call ZipBonds at (888) 435-4191 if you have any questions.
Get Your Pulaski County Contractor License Bond:
How does a contractor license bond work?
To secure a contractor bond in Pulaski County, applicants must agree to complete work in a safe and timely manner. Projects must reach completion and follow municipal building codes. The bond ensures affected parties receive a financial settlement if a contractor’s work results in structural damage or personal injury.
Pulaski County Building Department oversees local construction activities. Contractors applying for a license must submit the following items:
- Application form
- $50 initial registration fee ($25 for subsequent years)
- Certification of liability insurance ($500,000 minimum coverage)
- A $5,000 contactor license/permit bond (with the Pulaski County Building Department listed as the obligee)
ZipBonds can offer this bond for as low as $100 due to the simple underwriting. We don’t even require a credit check. Our agents are available to walk you through the entire bonding process – just call (888) 435-4191.
Apply for Your Contractor Bond in Pulaski County, IN
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