Utah Contractor License Bond

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What is a Utah contractor license bond?

If you seek a contractor’s license in Utah but don’t meet the state’s financial responsibility requirements, you’ll need a contractor license bond. You won’t meet the financial responsibility requirements if any of the following statements are true:

  • You’ve been delinquent in paying a debt or obligation in the last two years. This includes state or federal income taxes, payroll withholding, unemployment, workers’ compensation, liability insurance premiums, debts to subcontractors or suppliers, the Residence Lien Recovery Fund, credit cards, banks, alimony, or child support.
  • You’ve filed bankruptcy in the last seven years or had judgments entered against you in the previous five years.
  • The current value of all your owned real and personal property doesn’t exceed owed liabilities.

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Types of Contractor License Bonds in Utah

If any of these are true, you may need one of these contractor license bonds:

  • General Building (B100) & General Engineering Contractors (E100): $50,000
  • Residential & Small Commercial Contractors (R100): $25,000
  • All other license classifications: $15,000

The Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL) handles bonding in Utah. Contractor license bonds give your state and clients more financial security, ensuring that your work adheres to the Utah Construction Trades Licensing Act (Title 58, Ch 55). In the case of a claim against your work, bonds may compensate clients who suffer losses at your hand. 

Learn more about how contractor license bonds work in our complete guide.

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