Surety Bond Specialists
As a business owner, you might be required to provide special assurance that you are performing as promised and that your business is running smoothly and efficiently on a daily basis. We provide surety bond services that protect the integrity of your business and guarantee the party requesting the bond that your business will uphold its obligations. We secure bonds that keep businesses accountable and guarantee performance.
Since there are many types of surety bonds, it is important to discuss your options with an experienced bond agent. The Rowley Agency offers the highest level of expertise and service in bonding and can assist you in your specific area of concern. We have the knowledge and network to help you secure the right surety bond. We also provide excellent customer care that will ensure maximum protection for your assets.
Types of Bonds
Used primarily in the construction field, this bond from a surety to a property owner guarantees that a general contractor will adhere to the provisions of a contract.
License & Permit Bonds
These are required by certain federal, state, or municipal governments as prerequisites to receive a license or permit to engage in certain business activities.
Also known as Dishonesty Bonds, these protect employers from property theft by their employees.
Federal law requires that plan officials who manage, oversee, recommend, or handle funds or property of an employee must be covered by a personal fidelity bond.
There are two types of Court Bonds. Judicial bonds are posted by parties seeking court remedies or defending against legal actions concerning court remedies. An examples of these promissory notes are bail bonds and appeal bonds.
Fiduciary bonds guarantee that the persons entrusted by the court will faithfully execute their specific duties. Also known as Probate Bonds, examples include administrator and trustee bonds.
Miscellaneous bonds do not fit entirely under a specific heading and often are unique. Examples of these are hazardous waste removal bonds and lost securities bonds.