What's Bonding Insurance for a Cleaning Business?
Janitorial bonds are a form of insurance and bonding for your cleaning company that provides protection for your customers from property loss caused by your own cleaning or janitorial service employees. For example, if one of your employees commits theft, a claim can be filed on the bond.
How to Get Bonded for a Cleaning Business
If you are looking to get bonded to perform clearing or janitorial work you need a janitorial bond. You will need to apply online to get a bond quote. Once you’re approved and provide payment, we will ship you the bond and policies.
How Much Do Janitorial Bonds Cost?
Costs for getting cleaning business insurance and bonding is determined by the coverage amount, the number of employees you need covered and the controls you have in place for your business. Without having your specific information and bonding needs it's impossible to provide an idea of pricing. If you want to get a solid bond quote you’ll need to apply online.
Can You Get Insurance for a Cleaning Business with Bad Credit?
Yes. Your personal credit usually won’t be checked if you need a smaller to moderate sized bond. However, personal credit will be checked if you need a large janitorial bond. Apply online to see if you can get approved.
Frequently Asked Questions
Apply on our website, get an approval, provide payment and we will ship the bond out to you.
Usually it is optional. However, depending on your line of business and base of operations, both a license bond and a business service bond may be required to operate legally (e.g. moving service or security service businesses). Keep in mind, many consumers will not hire companies who are not "bonded and insured", which is referring to a business service bond.
Yes. There are no credit checks when applying for most business service bonds. However, credit may be pulled for larger business services bonds.
We have bond forms on file in our extensive bond form library, which we will provide when you apply.
You will receive notice from the bond company who wrote your bond, and it is very important that you respond. Then you will have the opportunity to refute any false claim and discuss the matter with the claims representative to prove that the claim is false.