St Augustine FL Contractor Bond – Honesty Bond
A St Augustine FL Contractor Bond – Honesty Bond will provide you with protection against financial liability for the loss of your customer’s money, securities and personal property caused by dishonest acts of your employees while on your customer’s premises upon conviction. Dishonest acts of your employees can create a liability for you the employer.
Seaman’s Insurance Group, Florida’s Premier Boutique Independent Insurance Agency is St Augustine and North East Florida’s local Surety Bond and Fidelity Bond guru. If you are in need of a Bond, we are here to help.
If you have ever wondered what “bonded” meant when you see competitor’s advertisements showing that they are insured and bonded? Have you wondered how you could add that to your marketing? We can help!
Your most trusted employees can cause a loss that your general liability, workers compensation, commercial auto and umbrella insurance policies will not cover. A Business Services Bond- Contractor Bond / Contractor Services Bond – Honesty Bond will allow you to have an edge over the competition and help you earn more business by enabling you to say that “our people are Bonded for Honesty”
Here are a couple of examples that one of our Sureties (Old Republic Surety Co) provided as why a Contractor business owner may wish to purchase a Contractor Bond – Honesty Bond:
- You own a flooring business. An employee, while installing carpeting in a home, notices a tablet computer left out on a table. After finishing work, the employee puts the tablet in his toolbox and leaves.
- You own a remodeling firm. At a business you are remodeling, your employee notices some equipment he could use. When no one is looking, he puts it in a box and takes it out to his truck.
St Augustine FL Surety Business Services Bond for Contractors (Honesty Bond) will provide you with protection against financial liability for the loss of your customer’s money, securities, and personal property caused by dishonest acts of your employees while on your customer’s premises upon conviction (*) (**). A standard fidelity bond offers no protection for such exposures.