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Delaware Contractor Bonds

The state of Deleware requires all general contractors and non-resident contractors to post a surety bond. These bonds do not have a set amount, so applicants should contact the bond's obligee and determine the bond amount required before submitting your application. This ensures the bonding process is not slowed down as bond amount is required for a quote to be issued.

How much does a Delaware contractor bond cost?

A quote is the only way to determine the exact price an applicant will pay for their general or non-resident contractor bond. Submit your bond application today to get started on the bonding process

Many other city-specific contractor license bonds can be issued instantly online for a set premium. However, some bonds require underwriting consideration as the bond amount or regional history of claims cause the bond to be viewed as riskier. Underwriters will need to review the applicant's credit history and/or financials to determine the bond's premium. 

Why are Delaware contractor bonds required?

Contractors in Delaware are required by various cities and counties to post surety bonds prior to performing work. These bonds ensure the principal (contractor) will abide by all applicable rules and legislation outlining their classification. They also protect consumers from all damages caused by negligent or faulty work and obligees (the government entity requiring the bond) from any claims made by affected consumers.

Search all contractor bonds in Delaware

Over the years, our bonding experts have put together the most comprehensive surety bond library. Most of our contractor bonds can be purchased instantly online in only a few minutes.

Use the list below to browse all of our available contractor bonds in Delaware You can also try searching by bond amount, obligee, or bond name.