Mechanic's Lien Bond

What is a Mechanic’s Lien Bond?

A Mechanic’s Lien Bond is an agreement between the contractor, property owner and the surety company, which guarantees that a mechanic’s lien filed against a property will be discharged and released.

How does a Mechanic’s Lien Bond Work?

A Mechanic’s Lien Bond is most commonly purchased by the property owner.  When the bond is purchased, a contractor’s lien is then removed from the property.  It is the property owner’s obligation to pay for all dues and materials that the contractor may need.  If the owner fails to do so, the contractor has the right to file a claim.

How much does a Mechanic’s Lien Bond Cost?

The cost of this type of bond is based on the bond amount required by the state in which the bond is required. A big factor in pricing is determined by the original construction contract, the court that is involved, the amount of the bond, and the personal credit report of all owners and spouses. The majority of the times these bonds require 100% collateral and an annual premium. Someone with good credit may pay a lesser premium than a person with poor credit. However, just because someone has poor credit does not mean we cannot help you. At Universal Service Agency, we strive to find our clients the best rates with the strongest rated carriers to insure you are getting the best bond coverage available.

How do I get a Mechanic’s Lien Bond?

You can get a Mechanics Lien bond by contacting surety bond agents/brokers. Since you’re already here, you can give us a call at 215-646-2400 or Apply Now here.

How to Choose a Bonding Company?

Universal Service Agency offers Surety Service Made Simple. We are the fastest surety only agency in the country, with over 100 years of combined surety experience servicing all 50 states. We exhaust all of our resources to get you the fastest turnaround times and lowest rates. We can help anyone, even clients that may not fit into the standard market. You can get a free quote here or call our bond experts at 215-646-2400.

How long does it take to get a Mechanic’s Lien Bond?

Universal can issue bonds the same day an application is received. The amount of time between application and issuance is affected by a number of factors though, including but not limited to, the size of the obligation, the type of bond, and promptness of the premium payment.

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