Quality and Selection

We select surety bond companies by their highly-rated, treasury-listed credentials. Some are suited for large contractors. Others are more interested and responsive to the needs of smaller contractors. Matching the philosophies of bond companies with construction contractors is our specialty. We continually monitor the surety marketplace and our carriers for any change in credentials or philosophies that may affect our contractor clients. Our variety of available sureties will provide your company with more capacity for growth.

Markets we have access to:

ACSTAR Insurance Company
American Contractors Indemnity Company
American Fire & Casualty Company
American Safety Casualty Insurance Company
Arch Contractors & Developers Group
Arch Insurance Company
Capital Indemnity Corporation
Century Surety Company
CNA Surety
Federal Insurance Company
Financial Pacific Insurance Company
First National Insurance Company of America
General Insurance Company of America
Great American Insurance Company
* Great Midwest Insurance Company
HCC Surety Group
International Fidelity Insurance Company
Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
* Markel Insurance Company
Ohio Casualty Insurance Company
Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company
Platte River Insurance Company
ProCentury Insurance Company
Safeco Surety
St. Paul
Star Insurance Company
* SureTec Insurance Company
Tokio Marine HCC
United Fire
U.S. Specialty Insurance Company
Western Surety Company
Zurich American Insurance Company

We strongly recommend companies that appear on the above list.

Bond companies such as these desire to be included on the US Department of Treasury’s list of corporate sureties. To maintain a listing, bond companies must annually file their qualifications. The US Department of Treasury analyzes and sets a maximum single project limitation each is authorized for on US federal projects. Public and private bodies who accept bonds for contractors are recommended to pay attention to this important qualification.

Click here for contact information, or to check the current U.S. Treasury limitation on any bond company.

Click here for an A.M. BEST Rating of a company. Keep in mind that it is a value best used in rating insurance companies.