Surety

The EC&S Bond Team is your company’s advocate in both the good and more importantly the tough times. Our goal is to become an integral part of your advisory team.

After the surety professionals at EC&S understand your distinct business plan, personal goals and concerns; we convey your story to the surety markets that are the best partners for your organization. This approach assures that you receive the most capacity at a competitive cost.

The surety relationship is built on trust and integrity, and we are proud to have developed this reputation with our carriers and clients. Through involvement in local and national associations, we keep abreast of the many changes within the surety and insurance industries that can affect the availability of surety credit. Our personal and time-tested relationships with decision makers at the surety companies provides us insights into each surety which benefits our clients.

Products:

Contract Surety

  • Prequalification and Bid Bonds
  • Performance and Payment Bonds
  • Subdivision Bonds
  • Contractor Default Insurance

Commercial Surety

  • License and Permit
  • Account Programs
  • Commercial Performance Bonds
  • Probate
  • Court Bonds

Testimonials

I would like to express gratitude on behalf of myself and the Institutional Network Communications (“INC”)’s management team, to Early, Cassidy & Schilling, LLC for the tireless efforts in securing a bond for our statewide telecommunications contract with the State of Tennessee. It is the largest contract in our company’s history. INC has been an EC&S customer for 10 years. EC&S has never failed to deliver a bond, but this situation posed huge obstacles due to the length of the contract. EC&S reached out to numerous surety companies and was told no several times but had success at the end of the day. INC just finished the first year of this contract and that year was a huge success. Thanks again to all the key personnel at EC&S for your clutch performance.

Rick Nunn, Owner Institutional Network Communications March 9, 2014