Stanly County, NC Contractors License Bond

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Who needs a contractor license bond in Stanly County, North Carolina?

The following contractors and subcontractors must be licensed through the state of North Carolina and obtain a permit through Stanly County to work in the county.

  • Building contractors
  • Electrical contractors
  • Mechanical contractors
  • Plumbing contractors
  • Gas-piping contractors
  • Mobile home setup contractors

Permit fees vary and can be paid by check, cash, or charged onto an active insurance bond. Also, if a mobile home contractor doesn’t have a North Carolina General Contractors License, they must post a $5,000 surety bond.  

Other permit requirements include:

  • Submitting the permit application to the Central Permitting Department
  • After the permit is issued, request an inspection by calling Central Permitting
  • Submitting an affidavit for proof or worker’s compensation for projects of $30,000 or more

Need help with the details? Feel free to call ZipBonds at (888) 435-4191 to speak with one of our agents about any part of the process. You can also see our page on contractor license bonds in North Carolina for state-specific information.

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How does a contractor license bond work?

A contractor license bond holds contractors accountable for fulfilling all obligations to clients. By signing the bond, contractors agree to work according to the standards and regulations of the obligee (Stanly County). 

Clients can file a claim for damages if a contractor’s work fails to meet any part of the bond agreement. The surety initially pays out approved claims, but contractors must ultimately pay back these claims in full, up to the total bond amount. 

To acquire your bond, you’ll pay a premium, a small percentage of the penal sum. ZipBonds can offer premiums starting at $100 and often issues these bonds instantly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bonds often last for one-year terms. The renewal date will be listed on the bond form. Remember that your state license, surety bond, and local permit must stay active to continue working in Stanly County.

Most often, you will only need one contractor license bond. Be sure to read your municipality’s requirements to ensure you’re following all applicable rules in your local area.

Apply for Your Contractor Bond in Stanly County, NC

ZipBonds offers the fastest and most secure option for getting bonded. Our all-digital platform is intuitive and straightforward. Apply online, email or call 888.435.4191 to speak with an agent directly.



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