Wichita Falls Code Compliance Bond

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Who needs a code compliance bond in Wichita Falls, Texas?

Various contractors working in Wichita Falls must post a compliance bond as part of their registration process. Bond requirements are attached below:

  • Siding contractors: $25,000 bond
  • Residential roofers: $25,000 bond
  • Residential/commercial remodel or renovation under $50,000: $25,000 bond
  • Residential contractors: $50,000 bond
  • Commercial roofers: $100,000 bond
  • General contractors: $100,000 bond

All contractors in the city must also:

  • Provide a permit, if applicable (see Section 105 of the city codes)
  • Provide proof of general liability insurance if you have it/if required (see Section 104.3 of the city codes)

You can also reach out to ZipBonds with any questions by calling (888) 435-4191. We’d be happy to walk you through the bonding process! Or you can visit our page on Texas contractor license bonds for state-specific information.

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How do contractor bonds work?

A contractor license bond holds contractors accountable to local or state laws and regulations and client contracts. Clients can file a claim for damages if a contractor fails to follow any of the bond stipulations. 

The surety will initially pay out damages to clients if a claim receives approval. However, contractors must ultimately pay back approved claims against them up to the total bond amount. 

You’ll pay a premium, a percentage of the penal sum, to acquire your bond. ZipBonds often issues contractor license bonds instantly for as little as $100 per year. Call us to get bonded in a flash!

Frequently Asked Questions

Your bond term is typically one year (two, in some cases). You must renew your bond to continue working on a project or in an area. The bond renewal date is set for the same day annually (often December 31). Your bond expiration date will be listed on your bond form. 

The bond limit, also called the penal sum, is the maximum amount the bondholder is obligated to pay a claimant. If damages exceed this amount, claimants may seek other forms of reimbursement. 

The bonded party should avoid claims at all costs by addressing client complaints immediately and respectfully and finishing work on time.

Apply for Your Code Compliance Bond in Wichita Falls, TX

ZipBonds offers the fastest and most secure option for getting bonded. Our all-digital platform is intuitive and straightforward. Apply online, email support@zipbonds.com or call (888) 435-4191 to speak with an agent directly.


About ZipBonds.com

Founders Ryan Swalve and Zach Mefferd formed the vision for ZipBonds.com when they realized how overly complicated it was to help clients place surety. The frustration of being unable to incorporate the technology they’d used in other insurance-focused projects left them thinking “there has to be a better way.”

Fast forward a couple of years, and that better way is the impetus of everything we do at ZipBonds. We constantly look for innovative ways to improve the bonding process for our clients and agents. Our team comprises individuals who understand all angles of surety – for companies, agencies, and individuals. Incorporating everyone’s point of view to improve the process while simultaneously integrating cutting-edge technology is what sets our business apart.