The Alabama Termite Control Surety Bond is required by the Commissioner of Agriculture & Industries of Alabama. The bond is required to ensure penalty if pesticide applicator does not follow required laws or rules and regulations of the State Department of Agriculture and Industries.
What are the Requirements in Order to be in the Business of Termite Control in Alabama?
Structural Pest Control work is defined by The Code of Alabama 1975 Section 2-28 as a type of Entomological or eradication work that deals with the prevention, control, or eradication of insects, vermin, rodents, pest animals in different structures. If anyone would like to engage in this business in the state of Alabama, they would need to be issued a permit by the commissioner.
One of the requirements, aside from presenting the training and experience you have, is to take a professional service examination, whether you are applying as a branch supervisor, operator, etc. You will also need to present a to the State of Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries Pesticide Management – Professional Services Unit a surety bond in the amount of $2,500. Surety1 can provide this bond.
This bond is needed in order for the principal, which is you, to assure the state that you will conduct your work according to the rules and regulations of the state.
How Can I Get an Alabama Termite Control Surety Bond?
Surety Solutions Insurance Services, Inc (Surety1) can provide an Alabama Termite Control Surety Bond for you. We have been issuing surety bonds since 2003 for all 50 states and we have also been rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.
The process will not take long as all you need to do is complete this easy to navigate, online application form and wait for one of our surety experts to call you with a quote, usually within 1 business day. Simply make the payment and your Alabama Termite Control Surety Bond will be mailed to you soon after.