Surety Bonds from All State Bonds.

All State Bonds specializes in commercial bonds, contract bonds, court bonds, and fidelity bonds.

Surety Bonds is our business at All State Bonds since 1988. We offer affordable Surety and Fidelity bonds in most States nationwide from Texas, Georgia, Tennessee, California, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Alabama to North and South Carolina, and many more. Simply apply online and our agents will make sure to get you the best rate possible in the market place.

We believe that a client should have easy access and understanding on how to obtain a Surety Bond Quote or get a quick approval.

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Keep in mind that most surety and fidelity bonds are issued in house and on the same day.

All State Bonds, Inc. Is an insurance & surety bond broker agency located in Houston, Texas, but we do service all Texas as well as other States like Alabama, Oklahoma, Georgia, Louisiana, California, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Texas, New Mexico and many others States Nationwide.

Surety Bond Quote is free, there is no obligation to purchase. The application process starts immediately upon receipt of your request during our normal business hours. Please give us a call at 713-785-2138 or Toll Free 1-800-374-9227  if you have any questions or need help completing the application process.

Call our agents @ 800-374-9227 or simply apply online by selecting the type of bond you are looking for from the top menu and an agent will get back with you upon final approval. Keep in mind that some surety bonds do require a credit check and based on that it will determine your Surety Bond rate.

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