Commercial Services

Commercial Applications

International Guarantees

We have existing relationships in Europe, Australia, and Latin America to enhance delivery of your bonds.

CBI bonds international contractors! International surety bonds require knowledge of each nation’s legal requirements, the licensing requirements of the surety, and the ability to negotiate pricing with your surety from a position of knowledge and experience. Many of these requirements are vastly different from those in America. We can help you with:

  • Tender Bonds
  • Advance Payment Bonds
  • Performance and Payment Guarantees
  • Warranty Guarantees

For more information, please contact Chrystal Hedges




Commercial Contract

(Manufacturing, Janitorial, Waste Hauling)
Most think of construction (sticks & bricks) when contract bonds are mentioned, however, all types of commercial accounts need contract bonds. CBI specializes in this class of business and are dedicated to placing you with the best carrier who understands your business and bond program needs.
  • Technology / IT Contractors
  • Manufacturers
  • Food Suppliers
  • Janitorial Firms
  • Security Firms
  • Printing Services
  • Non-Emergency | Emergency Transportation
  • Signage Companies
  • Fuel Oil Suppliers
  • Uniform Suppliers
  • Audio Video Installers
 

  • Bid Bonds
  • Litigation Bonds
  • Maintenance Bonds
  • Performance Bonds
  • Payment Bonds
  • Supply Bonds
 

For more information, please contact Chrystal Hedges

Apply

In order for us to respond timely to your request for credit, please attach:

  • Last three fiscal year-end financial statements with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Current interim financial statement with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Personal financial statements for all owners with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Operational information (i.e., organizational chart, resumes for owners and key personnel, reference letters, business plan outlining type of work, growth, and profit objective)
  • Bank information (i.e., copy of bank lines/agreements)

Commercial Surety, License & Permit

Commercial Surety, License & Permit

  • Contractor License
  • Mortgage Broker
  • Defective Title
  • Motor Vehicle Dealers
  • Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs)
  • Check Cashier Bonds
  • Money Transmitter
  • Utility
  • Sales Tax
  • Fuel Tax
  • Self Insured Workers Comp
  • Lost Instrument
  • ...and Many More

For more information, please contact Chrystal Hedges


Court

Court Bonds

Court bonds are necessary to ensure protection against possible loss as a result of the outcome of court proceedings. Court Bonds are divided into two types: JUDICIAL and FIDUCIARY/PROBATE.

FIDUCIARY/PROBATE COURT BONDS: are needed by a "fiduciary," who is a court appointed entity or person to administer the assets of another in a fair, legal and honest manner. Fiduciary Court Bonds are divided into three classifications: Probate, Guardianship and Trustee Court Bonds. Probate Court Bonds are necessary for fiduciaries that administer the assets of a deceased individual. Trustee Court Bonds are necessary for court appointed receivers and trustees who administer the assets of a business or individual. Guardianship are necessary for fiduciaries that are responsible for the asset administration of a "ward," which is seen as an incapacitated or incompetent individual.”

  • Administrator
  • Executor
  • Guardian of minor/Conservator
  • Trustee

JUDICIAL COURT BONDS :Judicial Court Bonds are needed for civil actions in Civil, State and Federal Courts in addition to United States Admiralty Courts. The Judicial Court Bonds are often divided into "plaintiff," or "defendant;" but they may also be referred to as "voluntary," or "compulsory." An Appeal bond is an example of a Judicial Bond. Please call us today to discuss your appeal bond as these are handled differently.

  • Attachment
  • Appeal
  • Injunction
  • Receiver
  • Replevin
  • Temporary restraining order
  • Trustee in Bankruptcy

For more information, please contact Chrystal Hedges

International Guarantees

Commercial Contract

(Manufacturing, Janitorial, Waste Hauling)

Commercial Surety, License & Permit

Court

We have existing relationships in Europe, Australia, and Latin America to enhance delivery of your bonds.

CBI bonds international contractors! International surety bonds require knowledge of each nation’s legal requirements, the licensing requirements of the surety, and the ability to negotiate pricing with your surety from a position of knowledge and experience. Many of these requirements are vastly different from those in America. We can help you with:

  • Tender Bonds
  • Advance Payment Bonds
  • Performance and Payment Guarantees
  • Warranty Guarantees

For more information, please contact Chrystal Hedges



Most think of construction (sticks & bricks) when contract bonds are mentioned, however, all types of commercial accounts need contract bonds. CBI specializes in this class of business and are dedicated to placing you with the best carrier who understands your business and bond program needs.
  • Technology / IT Contractors
  • Manufacturers
  • Food Suppliers
  • Janitorial Firms
  • Security Firms
  • Printing Services
  • Non-Emergency | Emergency Transportation
  • Signage Companies
  • Fuel Oil Suppliers
  • Uniform Suppliers
  • Audio Video Installers
 

  • Bid Bonds
  • Litigation Bonds
  • Maintenance Bonds
  • Performance Bonds
  • Payment Bonds
  • Supply Bonds
 

For more information, please contact Chrystal Hedges

Apply

In order for us to respond timely to your request for credit, please attach:

  • Last three fiscal year-end financial statements with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Current interim financial statement with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Personal financial statements for all owners with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Operational information (i.e., organizational chart, resumes for owners and key personnel, reference letters, business plan outlining type of work, growth, and profit objective)
  • Bank information (i.e., copy of bank lines/agreements)
Commercial Surety, License & Permit
  • Contractor License
  • Mortgage Broker
  • Defective Title
  • Motor Vehicle Dealers
  • Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs)
  • Check Cashier Bonds
  • Money Transmitter
  • Utility
  • Sales Tax
  • Fuel Tax
  • Self Insured Workers Comp
  • Lost Instrument
  • ...and Many More

For more information, please contact Chrystal Hedges

Court Bonds

Court bonds are necessary to ensure protection against possible loss as a result of the outcome of court proceedings. Court Bonds are divided into two types: JUDICIAL and FIDUCIARY/PROBATE.

FIDUCIARY/PROBATE COURT BONDS: are needed by a "fiduciary," who is a court appointed entity or person to administer the assets of another in a fair, legal and honest manner. Fiduciary Court Bonds are divided into three classifications: Probate, Guardianship and Trustee Court Bonds. Probate Court Bonds are necessary for fiduciaries that administer the assets of a deceased individual. Trustee Court Bonds are necessary for court appointed receivers and trustees who administer the assets of a business or individual. Guardianship are necessary for fiduciaries that are responsible for the asset administration of a "ward," which is seen as an incapacitated or incompetent individual.”

  • Administrator
  • Executor
  • Guardian of minor/Conservator
  • Trustee

JUDICIAL COURT BONDS :Judicial Court Bonds are needed for civil actions in Civil, State and Federal Courts in addition to United States Admiralty Courts. The Judicial Court Bonds are often divided into "plaintiff," or "defendant;" but they may also be referred to as "voluntary," or "compulsory." An Appeal bond is an example of a Judicial Bond. Please call us today to discuss your appeal bond as these are handled differently.

  • Attachment
  • Appeal
  • Injunction
  • Receiver
  • Replevin
  • Temporary restraining order
  • Trustee in Bankruptcy

For more information, please contact Chrystal Hedges

International Guarantees

We have existing relationships in Europe, Australia, and Latin America to enhance delivery of your bonds.

CBI bonds international contractors! International surety bonds require knowledge of each nation’s legal requirements, the licensing requirements of the surety, and the ability to negotiate pricing with your surety from a position of knowledge and experience. Many of these requirements are vastly different from those in America. We can help you with:

  • Tender Bonds
  • Advance Payment Bonds
  • Performance and Payment Guarantees
  • Warranty Guarantees

Commercial Contract

(Manufacturing, Janitorial, Waste Hauling)
Most think of construction (sticks & bricks) when contract bonds are mentioned, however, all types of commercial accounts need contract bonds. CBI specializes in this class of business and are dedicated to placing you with the best carrier who understands your business and bond program needs.
  • Technology / IT Contractors
  • Manufacturers
  • Food Suppliers
  • Janitorial Firms
  • Security Firms
  • Printing Services
  • Non-Emergency | Emergency Transportation
  • Signage Companies
  • Fuel Oil Suppliers
  • Uniform Suppliers
  • Audio Video Installers
 

  • Bid Bonds
  • Litigation Bonds
  • Maintenance Bonds
  • Performance Bonds
  • Payment Bonds
  • Supply Bonds
 

Apply

In order for us to respond timely to your request for credit, please attach:

  • Last three fiscal year-end financial statements with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Current interim financial statement with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Personal financial statements for all owners with appropriate supporting schedules
  • Operational information (i.e., organizational chart, resumes for owners and key personnel, reference letters, business plan outlining type of work, growth, and profit objective)
  • Bank information (i.e., copy of bank lines/agreements)

Commercial Surety, License/Permit

  • Contractor License
  • Mortgage Broker
  • Defective Title
  • Motor Vehicle Dealers
  • Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs)
  • Check Cashier Bonds
  • Money Transmitter
  • Utility
  • Sales Tax
  • Fuel Tax
  • Self Insured Workers Comp
  • Lost Instrument
  • ...and Many More

Court Bonds

Court bonds are necessary to ensure protection against possible loss as a result of the outcome of court proceedings. Court Bonds are divided into two types: JUDICIAL and FIDUCIARY/PROBATE.

JUDICIAL COURT BONDS :Judicial Court Bonds are needed for civil actions in Civil, State and Federal Courts in addition to United States Admiralty Courts. The Judicial Court Bonds are often divided into "plaintiff," or "defendant;" but they may also be referred to as "voluntary," or "compulsory." An Appeal bond is an example of a Judicial Bond. Please call us today to discuss your appeal bond as these are handled differently.

  • Administrator
  • Executor
  • Guardian of minor/Conservator
  • Trustee

JUDICIAL COURT BONDS :Judicial Court Bonds are needed for civil actions in Civil, State and Federal Courts in addition to United States Admiralty Courts. The Judicial Court Bonds are often divided into "plaintiff," or "defendant;" but they may also be referred to as "voluntary," or "compulsory." An Appeal bond is an example of a Judicial Bond. Please call us today to discuss your appeal bond as these are handled differently.

  • Attachment
  • Appeal
  • Injunction
  • Receiver
  • Replevin
  • Temporary restraining order
  • Trustee in Bankruptcy

Commercial Surety

Bonds required of individuals or businesses by the government, legislation or by other entities. Constructors Bonding, Inc. specializes in all types of commercial surety bonds and have the ability to write in all states including internationally.

Commercial Surety encompasses the following types of bonds; License and permit bonds: required by state, municipal or federal ordinance or regulation. These bonds may be required as a condition for engaging in a particular business or exercising a particular privilege. Examples include Contractor license bonds, tax bonds and warehouse bonds. Court bonds, including: Judicial bonds, Fiduciary bonds, Public official bonds. Miscellaneous bonds, are anything not considered License and Permit and Court, an example would be Self Insured Workers Compensation Bonds, Paid Loss Retro Bonds and many more.