How to Become a Registered or Certified Contractor in Florida: DBL Surety Provides an Updated Fact Sheet Detailing the Application Process

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The process of becoming a registered or certified contractor in Florida can be overwhelming. DBL Surety provides an updated, easy-to-use explanation of the application process including the associated fees, surety bond and insurance requirements, and additional requirements needed to quickly obtain a contractor's license.

Surety Bonds and Contractor License Application Requirements

Florida Contractor's License

We at DBL Surety are happy to provide an online resource which will assist our clients with the answers they need.

DBL Surety, LLC has compiled the requirements which must be satisfied in order to obtain a registered or certified contractor's license in the State of Florida. While the outline is not intended to be a substitute for the expert advice of the DBPR, it answers many of the questions applicants may have without the need to navigate the state's automated answering service.

"We receive numerous calls from individuals who are in the process of obtaining the registered or certified contractor's license in Florida," said Bart Leek who oversees the company's operations. "In addition to surety bond requests, many of those callers also have questions regarding the application process, fees, and other related information. We at DBL Surety are happy to provide an online resource which will assist our clients and prospective clients with the answers they need."

The Florida Contractor Licensing Requirements outline also discusses the financial stability surety bond requirement which may be needed by individuals with less than a 660 credit score and the financially responsible officer surety bond requirement for those wishing to use their registered or certified contractor's license to qualify an additional entity.

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