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  1. Select 5 or less or 6 or more employees.
  2. Click on the limit and premium that’s right for you.
  3. Provide basic details about your business and payment.

Then in few short minutes, your bond will arrive directly into your inbox, and just like that, your employees are bonded.

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Bonds for businesses with 5 or less employees.

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Bonds for businesses with 6 or more employees.

Why Choose

It's a fast and easy way to get your employees bonded. Bonds are issued by A.M. Best Rated "A" insurance carriers and through Dopazo Insurance, a family run independent insurance agency in South Florida with over 20 years of experience with helping small businesses just like yours with their bonding and insurance needs. Click on the video to learn me.


What is Janitorial Service Bond?

Janitorial Service Bonds are a type of Fidelity Bond for all types of service companies that perform cleaning or janitorial services in homes or in businesses. The bond protects your customers by basically reimbursing them if one of your employees is convicted of stealing from them.

Who should have a Janitorial Service Bond?

Any business or sole proprietor that performs cleaning services. Examples could be building maintenance companies, commercial janitors, housekeepers, residential cleaning companies, floor waxing or polishing companies, rug or carpet cleaners, tile or grout cleaners, etc. If you perform cleaning or maintenance services for other people, a Janitorial Service Bond is for you.

What limits are available for a Janitorial Service Bond?

This easy online bond service allows you to purchase limits from $5,000 to $100,000 instantly.

Does it matter how many employees I have?

Yes. Janitorial Service Bonds premium is based on the number of employees the business has. With this easy online bond service, you’ll only have to let us know if you have five or fewer employees or six or more employees.

How are renewals handled?

Janitorial Service Bonds are continuous bonds. This simply means that as long as you pay the renewal premium, the bond is active. The only other time a document will be issued by the carrier would be if the bond is canceled.

The renewal process is even simpler than purchasing the policy. You can choose the auto-pay option, which means that your payment method will be billed automatically or you can just simply pay the renewal invoice online when you receive the renewal email.

Can a Janitorial Service Bond be canceled?

Yes. Bonds can be canceled if you are closing the business or decide that you no longer want the coverage. If you would like to cancel a bond purchased through our office, please reach out to us at (305)470-8500 or email us at so that we can discuss the signatures needed to request cancellation. Don’t worry this process is all done electronically, so it will be quick and simple, just like purchasing the bond.

What if I need limits higher than $100,000?

Of course, we can help with that. Bonds are not typically written for limits higher than $100,000, but there is an insurance policy called Crime Coverage which can include employee theft coverage for higher limits. Because Crime policies are more complex, we do not currently offer an online quote for the coverage, but you can complete our simple online form so that we can contact you and discuss what is needed to provide a Crime Insurance Quote. Click here to submit your information.

How do I file a claim for employee theft on a Janitorial Service Bond?

If you purchased a bond from our office, simply contact us at (305)470-8500 or email us at, so that we can reach out to you and assist you in filing your claim with the carrier.

Does the employee have to be convicted of theft in order for a Janitorial Service Bond to reimburse my customer?

Yes. In order to protect you from false accusations, Janitorial Service Bonds require that the employee(s) be convicted of the theft by a court of proper jurisdiction.

What do you need to have in order to purchase a Janitorial Service bond?

  • Basic information about your business.
    • Business or Sole Propriter’s name.
    • Contact information, including email, mailing address, and phone number.
  • The limit you want to purchase.
  • Payment information.

What other insurance coverage does a janitorial business need?

Two insurance coverages that every janitorial or cleaning business needs but may not be aware of are General Liability and Workers’ Compensation. Fortunately, we can provide a quick online quote for both.

General Liability

If someone is injured as a result of your business activities, you may be held liable. A General Liability policy can help protect your business from costly claims and lawsuits that may arise from bodily injury or property damage caused by you or your employees. Get a quote.

Workers Compensation

If you have employees, you may be required by law to carry Workers Compensation insurance. This type of policy can help cover medical expenses and lost wages if an employee is injured while working for your business. Get a quote.

Bond Glossary


A guarantee of performance or an agreement where one party, the surety, obligates itself to a second party, the obligee, to answer for the default of a third party, the principal.

Fidelity Bond

A bond that reimburses an employer as the named insured for loss or damage sustained as a result of the dishonest acts of a covered employee up to the limit or penalty amount of the bond.


To compensate for damage, loss or injury suffered or for an actual loss sustained.


The party for whom the bond runs or the party the bond protects against loss. The party in a surety bond contract to whom the right of performance or the obligation is owed.


The party having the primary responsibility of performing the obligation. In suretyship, it is the party whose action, honesty or responsibility is guaranteed.


A term used in bonding that refers to an endorsement to a bond that modifies policy clauses and provisions, usually by adding or excluding coverage.


The guarantee given for fulfillment of an obligation, the person or organization that guarantees fulfillment of an obligation or the underwriter that guarantees something in the coverage of a bond.


The period of time for which a bond is written.


An employee or an authorized representative of a surety company who accepts or rejects risks on behalf of that company and determines the coverages, limits, and terms to apply.

What kind of business require a Janitorial Service Bond?

All kinds of cleaning and washing services may require such a bond.

  • Residential Cleaning Services
  • Commercial Cleaning Services
  • Office Cleaning Services
  • Window Cleaning Services
  • Carpet Cleaning Services
  • Upholstery Cleaning Services
  • Janitorial Services
  • Housekeeping Services
  • Maid Services
  • Move-in/Move-out Cleaning Services
  • Deep Cleaning Services
  • Post-construction Cleaning Services
  • Pressure Washing Services
  • Gutter Cleaning Services
  • Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Services
  • Crime Scene Cleaning Services
  • Hotel Cleaning Services
  • Restaurant Cleaning Services
  • Daycare Cleaning Services
  • School Cleaning Services
  • Household Organization Services
  • Hospital Cleaning Services
  • Laboratory Cleaning Services
  • Gym Cleaning Services
  • Spa Cleaning Services
  • Retail Store Cleaning Services
  • Shopping center Cleaning Services
  • Movie theater Cleaning Services
  • Arena Cleaning Services
  • Convention center Cleaning Services
  • Museum Cleaning Services
  • Library Cleaning Services
  • Bank Cleaning Services
  • Park Cleaning Services
  • Car dealership Cleaning Services
  • Car wash Cleaning Services
  • Boat Cleaning Services
  • RV Cleaning Services
  • Government Building Cleaning Services
  • Military base Cleaning Services
  • Tile & Grout Cleaning Services
  • Window treatment Cleaning Services

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