Pro Surety Bond is the most dependable name in surety bonds. We specialize in all types of Contract and Construction Bonds including Payment and Performance Bonds, Subdivision and Off Site Bonds, Bid Bonds, License and Permit Bonds, Court Bonds, Fidelity Bonds and all types of Miscellaneous Surety Bonds. Call us now at 800-314-7003 and get the most competitive rates on surety bonds. Speak with one of our bond representatives immediately. Call the Moses Lake Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003!
Call 800-314-7003! The world of surety bonds can be perplexing to those who are not familiar with them, and easily the most common question we get is “what is a surety bond for?” We usually tell them that the reason they’ve been asked to take out a bond is that someone wants a guarantee that they will fulfill some obligation. If for instance you are a continuing education provider, there are regulations in place to make sure that you run your business in good faith and on the up-and-up. Break a regulation, get a fine, it’s as simple as that. Regulators however would like a little better guarantee that you will operate your business honestly, and so they ask you to take out a surety bond. It not only operates as a guarantee, but it’s assumed that you would not put up your own money if you were not honest. Pro Surety Bond does its best tracking down the most incredible premiums for its clients, poor credit as well as good credit. Call 800-314-7003!
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of Moses Lake you may be required to post a Bid Bond. The Bid Bond guarantees you will be able to provide the Performance Bonds required in the event you are the low bidder. In essence the Bid Bond pre-qualifies you for the work you are bidding on. Not all jobs require bonding but if they do we can assist you with Bid Bonds, and subsequent Performance and Payment Bonds as required by the state. Please call the Contract Bond Team at Pro Surety Bond for more information.
Moses Lake, Washington, population 21,000, didn’t really see much action until the building of the Grand Cooley Dam on the Columbia River in 1941 and the Larson Air Force Base in 1942. The city did not get its name from the Biblical personage, except indirectly. It was named after capital chief Moses, leader of the Sinkiuse tribe in the latter half of the 19th century, though settlers began moving in beginning the first quarter of this century, but the Indians were largely swindled out of their property and were forced onto a nearby reservation. The largely German settlers originally called the place Neppel, a city in Germany that one of the prominent settlers was born in. Perhaps it was named Moses Lake as a consolation prize for the ousted tribe. Nevertheless, soon after fisheries and farms were established, they started growing fruit-all of which was exported-but agriculture was never able to take a hold up to that time largely due to irrigation failures. It was the Grand Cooley Dam that allowed for irrigation and finally people had a reason to come to live here en masse. Today Moses Lake is known for its trails and outdoor activities, but it also has a Museum & Arts Center which has a collection of native American artifact, and a fine art gallery with exhibits devoted to local history.
Moses Lake is eager to show that it is interested in promoting the vitality of the community with business-friendly policies, and have streamlined business permit processing to demonstrate. Additionally the city provides exemptions for many small businesses, like those that make less than $2000 a year, mail order businesses and non-profits. In 2007 Moses Lake created a Community Branding, Development & Marketing organization which is committed to establishing working relationships and partnerships with local businesses and the chamber of commerce. It is hoped that by pulling together, all resources can be put at the disposal of creating a visitor and tourist industry. The committee continually reviews the community’s strategic revitalization plans and provides continuous competitive analysis of Moses Lake in relation to nearby communities and similar communities across the nation.Call the Moses Lake Surety Bond Pros Today at 800-314-7003!
Moses Lake sounds like a pretty good place to open a business, particularly if you’re into prize in a willing to take risks. However, before you can be licensed it’s likely that you will need to take out a surety bond. If you think you are alone, you’re not. Almost every industry in Moses Lake requires one. Do you install fire sprinkler systems? Do you run a credit services bureau? Are you an electrical contractor? Does your business offer consumer laws? Does your company sell lottery tickets? These businesses don’t seem to have anything in common, but they all require a surety bond in order to receive a business license. Pro Surety Bonds can fulfill the bond requirements like those above and so many more, including yours.
If you have landed on this page, it is likely that you need a bond in order to receive a business license, a class a surety bond called license and permit bonds. There are many other uses for surety bonds, however. For instance, there are construction bonds which a construction project owner they require of his subcontractors to guarantee to the project owner that if the subcontractor does not finish the project when agreed upon and up to the standards specified in the contract, a claim may be made against the bond to pay for the completion of the unfinished work. Specific examples of those include site improvement bonds, which guarantee to a county or municipality that you will build those elements like sewers, sidewalks and curbs in your housing development project according to regulations. Pro Surety Bond has over 25 years of combined industry experience fulfilling bonds like those above, and working with people like you helping them to fulfill their bond obligations. Give us a call at 800-314-7003
There are literally thousands of different Surety Bonds to guarantee the performance of businesses and individuals. The following list of are the bonds we most commonly see.
|Moses Lake Medicaid Provider Bond||Moses Lake Fidelity Bond|
|Moses Lake DMV Driving School Bond||Moses Lake Third Party Administrator Bond|
|Moses Lake Appraisal Company Bond||Moses Lake Honesty Bond|
|Moses Lake Appeal Bond||Moses Lake Collection Agency Bond|
|Moses Lake Subdivision Bond||Moses Lake Contractor’s License Bond|
|Moses Lake Insurance Broker Bond||Moses Lake Supply Bond|
|Moses Lake ERISA Bond||Moses Lake Wage and Welfare Bond|
|Moses Lake Pawnbroker Bond||Moses Lake Replevin Bond|
|Moses Lake Home Health Care Bond||Moses Lake Cost Bond|
|Moses Lake Auctioneer Bond||Moses Lake Garage Bond|
|Moses Lake DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond||Moses Lake Talent Agency Bond|
|Moses Lake Used Car Dealer Bond||Moses Lake Lost Title Bond|
|Moses Lake Off Site Improvement Bond||Moses Lake Mortgage Lender Bond|
|Moses Lake Promoter Bond||Moses Lake Notary Bond|
|Moses Lake Health Club Bond||Moses Lake Injunction Bond|
|Moses Lake Credit Services Organization Bond||Moses Lake Executor Bond|
|Moses Lake Non Resident Cost Bond||Moses Lake Telemarketer Bond|
|Moses Lake Supersedeas Bond||Moses Lake Sheriffs Indemnity Bond|
|Moses Lake Bid Bond||Moses Lake Business Service Bond|
|Moses Lake Guardianship Bond||Moses Lake Lottery Bond|
|Moses Lake Lost Instrument Bond||Moses Lake Labor Bond|
|Moses Lake Material Bond||Moses Lake Public Official Bond|
|Moses Lake Travel Agency Bond||Moses Lake Credit Repair Bonds|
|Moses Lake Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond||Moses Lake Emissions Station Bond|
|Moses Lake Auto Dealer Bond||Moses Lake Janitorial Service Bond|
|Moses Lake Sales Tax Bond||Moses Lake Mortgage Broker Bond|
|Moses Lake Release of Lien Bond||Moses Lake Process Server Bond|
|Moses Lake Race & Sports Book Bond||Moses Lake Performance Bond|
|Moses Lake Employee Theft Bond||Moses Lake Utility Bond|
|Moses Lake Payment Bond||Moses Lake Title Agency Bond|
|Moses Lake Warranty Bond||Moses Lake Lost Deed Bond|
|Moses Lake Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84|