Bond Financing

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Safety in Bonding

Providing bonding can allow remodelers to pursue larger, commercial projects. More

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Materials Supplier Relationships Materials Supplier Relationships

One California remodeler forges relationships with materials vendors to deliver materials to the jobsite when needed, reducing employee downtime and trips to the lumberyard. More

Bonding with the trades
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Bonding with the trades

Strong relationships with subcontractors are a vital part of the success of... More

Trash Truck Replaces Dumpster
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Trash Truck Replaces Dumpster

Three years ago, the city of Kensington, Md., stopped allowing Dumpsters on... More

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Program Provides Bonding to Small and New Companies

The Small Business Administration's Surety Bond Guarantee (SBG) Program is a partnership between the federal government and the surety industry to provide bonding to small and emerging companies. More

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Bonding: A Primer

Commercial clients and most governmental agencies require contractors to be bonded to both bid on a job and complete the work. A bid bond is submitted at the time of bid. It states the contractor has financial assurance from a bonding company that the bid has been submitted in good faith and will be contracted at the bid price. More

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Giving employees bonds

Seven years ago, management at Plath and Co., a large San Francisco remodeling firm, came up with a way to encourage safe practices and in turn cut their workers' comp costs. Over the years, Ballas says, the program has more than paid for itself in reduced workers' comp costs. More

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