Cleaning & Janitorial Bond Guide
Do you need a Janitorial bond?
You want this bond if you are interested in protecting your customers from property loss caused by your own cleaning or janitorial service employees. If an employee commits theft, a claim can be filed on the bond.
No. However, many consumers will not hire a cleaning company who is not "bonded and insured", which is referring to a cleaning service/janitorial bond. The bond assures your customers that if any of their property is missing, they are covered by the bond.
Apply online, get an approval, provide payment and we will ship you the janitorial bond form and policies.
Yes. There are no credit checks when applying for these bonds. However, credit may be pulled for larger cleaning bonds.
We will provide you the bond form once you apply, as we have most bond forms on file.
The bond company that wrote the bond will reach out to you, and it is important that you respond to them immediately. You will then have the chance to refute any false claim and discuss the situation with the claims representative to prove that the claim is false.
Surety Bonds do not protect you
The bond is a form of insurance for your clients, which is why many businesses proudly list that they are bonded on their marketing material. However, you will be required to reimburse the bonding company should a claim be paid out.
Fidelity Bonds protect your business
You can protect your business from employee theft and fraud by purchasing a fidelity bond. You can read more in our fidelity bond section.
What's your bond cost?
Bond costs vary by applicant, bond amount, bond type & the agency you choose. You can get a general idea of costs using our Quick Estimate tool to the right or an exact quote instantly online!
Why our rates are so low
When it comes to surety bond insurance, there is safety in numbers. As the largest volume writer in the country, we are able to obtain the lowest rates from the strongest bonding company partners.
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