Getting paid on construction projects in Colorado doesn’t have to be difficult. This is the homepage for articles about construction payment in Colorado to help you get started with your research.

Colorado isn’t known for having difficult or overly-complex construction laws. However, there are innumerable benefits to having a good handle on these rules. Below, you can find articles about mechanics liens, preliminary notice (notices to owner), lien waivers, notices of intent to lien, retainage laws, payment bonds, and much more. There are also articles for updates to construction law in Colorado as well as helpful insights into the Colorado construction industry that allow you to stay ahead of the curve and get paid quicker on every project.

If your concern wasn’t addressed on our blog, feel free to ask your question on the Expert Center. Contractors, suppliers, and owners turn to the Expert Center every day to get free, well-informed advice from construction attorneys and other payment specialists. It’s the best place to go if you can’t find the direct solution to your problem anywhere else on the internet.

Finally, check out the Construction Payment Resources page for Colorado to find copies of the notices, forms, and documents that you’ll need for next project. You can also find answers to related questions and links to helpful guides on that page as well.

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