The Idaho Fire Protection Sprinkler Contractor Bond is required by the State of Idaho. The minimum bond amount asked is $2,000. Surety1 can write the Idaho Fire Protection Sprinkler Contractor Bond at just $100 for the year!
A fire protection sprinkler system is defined as an integrated system of underground and overhead piping designed in line with fire protection engineering standards. This includes gravity tanks, fire pumps, reservoirs or pressure tanks and their connection of underground pipes to a water supply. For above ground work, the network will consist of hydraulically designed piping installed in a structure or building.
You will need a license from the state to operate as a fire sprinkler system contractor.
What are the requirements in order to get the license?
Before completing our application form, we advise you make sure that you are qualified. First, you need to be the owner, office or manager of your company, corporation, partnership or proprietorship. An examination must then be passed. Along with that, you will be asked to provide proof that you have installed four fire sprinkler systems of more than 200 heads each. That, or showing you have attained Level III Certification in fire protection and automatic sprinkler system design from the National Institute for Certification In Engineering Technologies.
Your other requirements:
- A completed Idaho Fire Protection Sprinkler Contractor License application (to obtain bond itself)
- A license fee of $400
- Note: Renewals: $100; Branches: $100
- A copy of the applicants NICET III certification (if applicable)
- A copy of the Certificate of Liability Insurance
- The policy shall have combined limits of no less than $250,000 including the following: comprehensive form, premise operations, products/completed operation hazard, contractual insurance, broad form property damage, independent contractors and personal injury
Each applicant, individual or corporation who is a contractor needs an Idaho Fire Protection Sprinkler Contractor Bond in an amount no less than $2,000. It should also list the Idaho State Fire Marshal as the obligee. The surety company supplying said bond needs to be an authorized surety in the state of Idaho as well.
Where can I get a Idaho Fire Protection Sprinkler Contractor Bond?
To get started, all you need to do is fill out our easy to navigate online application. The application only takes a few minutes, then one of our licensed agents will contact you within 24 hours with a free, no-obligation quote for the cost to obtain your Idaho Fire Protection Sprinkler Contractor Bond. After you have paid the premium and signed the necessary paperwork, your bond will be shipped to you via USPS priority mail, with overnight shipping options also available.
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