Connecticut Bonding Made Simple

NSSI is a surety bond services company committed to helping others make their projects happen. We offer a full range of surety bond services, and our capabilities include:

  • Bid bonds, payment bonds, performance bonds
  • Janitorial and maintenance bonds
  • Employment bonds
  • Commercial bonds of all lines 8A contractor bonds
  • Super-fast 48 hour turnaround for all new clients with limits up to $6 million
  • One page application for most clients

Connecticut Surety Bonding Services

Connecticut may be the third smallest state, but it is also one of the most prosperous. Business like Xerox, Aetna, Cigna, Hartford Financial and more all call Connecticut home.

Surety bonding helps make business boom in Connecticut. Whether through construction surety bonds or performance bonds of all types, NSSI offers our 25 years of experience along with friendly, performance-oriented service optimized to satisfy our customers each time.

Connecticut SBA Bonds

Bidding on government contracts can help construction businesses grow through a reliable and predictable project source. Competing can be complex, but the U.S. Small Business Administration Bond Guarantee Program can help simplify it with surety bonds available for projects up to $6.5 million.

Use our easy application package to help you accelerate the SBA bond application process and present all the materials required for approval eligibility.

Connecticut DOT Bonding

DOT projects are numerous in Connecticut, but bidders must satisfy DOT bonding requirements to be eligible to work on them. National Surety Services can help you through Connecticut’s process for submitting a DOT bonding application while providing our expert guidance and advice.

You can find out about these and other services we offer by browsing the rest of our website or contacting us today at 770-394-944 or toll-free at 800-953-6699.

Known as the “Constitution State,” and “the Land of Steady Habits,” Connecticut has been full of hard-working and industrious people since it was first settled in 1630. Its residents also know how to pool their resources, indicated by the fact that the Scoville Memorial Library in Salisbury is both the oldest public library in the U.S. and the first to be supported by public funds. This hard-working, community-focused spirit continues as governments and companies invest in infrastructure projects, often using National Surety Services to help secure the bonding they need.