Master electrician bond cost
The city of Baltimore requires master electricians to file a $2,500 surety bond with a term that begins on January 1st. We can issue these bonds for just $100 without a credit check. This means that all applicants can get bonded instantly!
Why this bond
Prior to receiving a master electrician’s license, all applicants must obtain a Baltimore master electrician’s surety bond. This bond ensures that principals (master electricians) pay their taxes and any other fees owed to the city or state according to law. Master electrician’s bonds also allow clients to take out claims against a master electrician if they lose money as a result of the electrician’s actions while on the job. If a valid claim is filed against the principal, the surety will cover any damages up to the full bond amount, but the principal must reimburse the surety for all damages paid out.
Our team of bond experts is here to help you with any bonding questions you might have. If you’re ready to get the Baltimore master electrician’s bond you need.Master electrician’s bonds are required by the City of Baltimore, Maryland, and are set to expire on January 1st of the following calendar year, so your bond premium could be prorated depending on when you buy it. If the surety chooses to cancel the bond early, it must provide the city with written notice at least 10 days prior to termination of the bond.
Become a master electrician
Those applying for a master electrician’s license must have 7 years of experience in the field; at least 3 of which must have been dedicated to electrical installation work. License applications must be filed at least 30 days before master electrician examinations start.
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- Baltimore Code Article 13 Housing and Urban Renewal
- Code of Maryland Annotated Regulations Title 09 Department Of Labor, Licensing, And Regulation Subtitle 09 Maryland Board Of Master Electricians
- Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing – Apply for License – Maryland Board of Master Electricians