Surety Bond Blog

4 Mistakes First-Time Surety Bond Buyers Make and How to Avoid Them

While it’s true that surety bonds are not as intimidating – nor as expensive – as they may seem, it can also be safely said that they’re not the easiest things in the world either. What we meant by that statement is that the same criteria that we … Continued

4 Types of Problems Small-Scale Contractors Face – Which One Are You Currently Having?

The construction industry is expected to experience healthy economic times. Construction spending, for one, continuously grows according to the Department of Commerce. In fact, construction spending grew to $1.257 trillion late last year. Not only that, the Bureau of Labor Statistics confirms that the … Continued

Surety Bond Authority Announces Available Nevada Surety Bonds for the State’s Diverse Markets

Surety Bonds in Nevada with Surety Bond Authority California-based surety bond company extends its surety bond services to the Silver State. Los Angeles, CA, July 11, 2017 – Surety Bond Authority, Inc. widens its surety bond availability as it now … Continued

Tips on Selecting a Surety Bond Company for Your California Business

While surety bonds are now becoming the core requirement before conducting business in California, choosing a Surety Bond Company in California can get confusing. Here are some tips to help you get started. If you created a business in California, … Continued

Phone Solicitors: You Need a Los Angeles Telemarketing Bond

Telemarketing is the fastest growing industry today, and companies are using this to generate sales. Telemarketing is carried out over the phone and sometimes through web conferencing scheduled during the call. It includes both making sales pitches through direct phone … Continued

Surety Bond or Subcontractor Default Insurance?

Which is the better option to manage subcontractor risks? Getting subcontractors adds a new dimension to a construction project. Construction companies, whether large or small that can mitigate subcontractor risks are far safer and more secure. Contractors that do not … Continued