Oregon General Contractor
The Oregon General Contractor is a $20,000.00 bond.
This bond is available in 1 year term.
General Contractors are required to file a Contractor Bond (in the state of Oregon by the CCB) as a condition of licensure. The bond protects consumers that are receiving services from contractors providing services. There are several types of license classifications set-up for each trade and it is necessary to know what your state requires in order to obtain the necessary license qualifications. Ashton Agency can assist you with that information.
Ashton Agency has a 99% approval rate and offers the $20,000 surety bond required for Oregon contractors at some of the most competitive rates available. Let us save you money!
Who needs a general contractor bond?
Oregon law requires anyone who works for compensation in any construction activity involving improvements to real property to obtain a $20,000 Oregon General Contractor Bond and be licensed with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB). This includes roofing, siding, painting, carpentry, concrete, on-site appliance repair, heating and air conditioning, home inspections, tree service, plumbing, electrical, floor covering, manufactured dwelling installations, land development and most other construction and repair services.
Don't know which type of contractor bond you need?
A general contractor can perform or supervise numerous building trades or crafts. A specialty contractor, on the other hand, can perform one building trade or craft. A list of specialty classifications may be reviewed here.
What is the general contractor bond?
The general contractor bond protects the party requesting the surety bond, the Obligee, against any financial losses as a result of poor financial choices, damages, unethical decisions, or a failure to adhere to state and local laws on the part of you, the Principal. By obtaining your contractor bond, you are telling the Obligee that you can be trusted and that you stand by your business decisions. The bond is filed for the benefit of consumers who may suffer damages as a result of defective construction or other license law violations, and for the benefit of employees who have not been paid wages that are due to them.
The Oregon contractor bond is also known as: general contractor bond, construction contractor bond, specialty contractor bond, and contracting bond.
What else do I need besides the bond?
Ashton Agency can write your liability coverage too. Contact us today at (800) 452-2663 for a free, no-obligation quote on both your bond and insurance!
To learn more about the Oregon Construction Contractors Board for Licensing, click here.
I have my bond and insurance.. What now?
Contractors will submit the original signed bond form with all other licensing documents to the Construction Contractors Board to the following address:
Construction Contractors Board
700 Summer St., NE, Suite 300
Salem, OR 97309
The Oregon CCB may be reached by phone at (503) 378-4621.
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- The lowest price for your contractor bond.
- Quickest Turnaround time.
- The ability to meet or beat any competitors' pricing.
Everyone needs a contractor bond, but by contacting the Ashton Agency, you can be sure you'll be getting the best price available, not to mention our stellar customer service and insider knowledge of the construction industry. We've been helping contractors get bonded for more than 45 years. Let us put that experience to work for you today!
Call us now at (800) 452-2663 for a free quote and we will contact you within 24 hours. We can assist you over the phone to ensure you receive your bond quickly and easily!
Don't have time to speak on the phone? Please fill out our easy online application and fax to (503) 253-1353. We can get you started right away!
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