Surety & Bonding

At Smith Brothers we understand our client’s focus is construction.

We maintain an elite, professional team ensuring your surety bonding needs are met.

Smith Brothers routinely deliver surety bonds throughout Glastonbury, Connecticut and beyond with the sense of urgency and commitment required to support our client’s drive for perfection and profitability. From commercial bonds to construction bonds, our professionals work to get clients the bonds they need, when they need them.

“With over 60 years of surety experience, our professionals know what allows for a successful surety client relationship: you build, we bond.”

Jim Nelson

Director of Surety

Smith Brothers can accommodate virtually any surety bond request, including:

  • Contract Bonds
  • Bid Bonds
  • Performance Bonds
  • Labor & Material Payment bonds
  • Maintenance Bonds
  • Supply Bonds
  • Retainage bonds
  • Commercial / Miscellaneous Bonds

  • Court bonds
  • Subdivision bonds
  • Probate bonds
  • ERISA bonds
  • Fidelity bonds
  • Mortgage Broker bonds
  • Utility bonds
  • Release of lien bonds
  • Motor Vehicle Dealer bonds
  • Smith Brothers is a member of the following associations

    Our Services Include

    Financial Analysis

    A review of all key financial factors – internal accounting, past, present and future projects, liabilities, capacity and more – to determine the best bonding solution for every need.

    Pre-qualification Assistance

    Our surety team can provide pre-qualification guidelines for contractors as well as their accounting and banking providers.

    Subcontractor Pre-qualification

    We evaluate potential subcontractors for financial stability, workload, experience, legal history, and safety record to make sure they’re a good candidate for a bond.

    Joint Venture Partners

    We assist clients in partnering with companies that can help them achieve their project or growth goals.

    Bond Form & Contract Review

    We analyze key construction contract terms – including payments, timelines, damage provisions and warranty obligations – to accurately determine the degree of risk under the bond.