Speedy Lien
Serving the Construction
industry since 1990!

Owed Money for construction services? Did you supply construction materials?
Hard time Collecting Balance in Full?
File a Mechanic’s Lien with speedy lien for non-payment. Get paid what you’re owed.

Servicing the states of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania

Call us today for a free consultation on your Lien rights. 

A Mechanic’s Lien or Construction Lien Claim attaches amount owed to title of the property. Property owner cannot sell, refinance or obtain credit because of your Speedy Lien.  
Call Speedy Lien today. Know your Lien Rights! Get paid what you are owed. Free Lien Consultation.

Who can file a Mechanic's Lien for non-payment?

Contractors and Material Suppliers of:

Why Choose Speedy Lien? ®

Same Day Processing
Simple Pricing
Easy Online Submission
Professional and Friendly Service
Expertise Knowledge

What our client says about us!

We know you’re owed money. You work hard.

Josh Young
Josh Young
Resolves issues well
Ally Roofing LLC
Ally Roofing LLC
We are very happy with Speedy Lien Inc!! Dillon and Skyler are a pleasure to work with. Very responsive and helpful team! Highly recommend!!
Melanie Roberts
Melanie Roberts
Speedy Lein simplifies the lein process
Matthew Burak
Matthew Burak
The Speedy Lien team has been a fantastic asset to my company. Dillon Nash is a pleasure to work with. He goes above and beyond to support us in filing our Mechanic’s Liens. Thank you Speedy Lien!

Speedy Lien, Inc. serving the construction industry since 1990. Speedy Lien files Mechanic’s Lien and Construction Lien Claim filings on behalf of the construction industry. If you are owed money for construction services or construction materials, you have the right to file a Mechanics Lien Claim to protect your interest. Speedy Lien is the industry leader and the pioneer of Mechanic’s Lien agencies. 

If you are a contractor or supplier and did not get paid for your services, call Speedy Lien, to learn your Lien Rights. The Lien Law and Statutes vary by State. Filing a Mechanic’s Lien attaches the amount you are owed to the title of a property. Your Mechanic’s Lien or Speedy Lien, prevents the property owner from selling, transferring title or refinancing the property in question. 

A Mechanic’s Lien is a similar interest a bank has when a mortgage is filed; the bank files a Lien on the title of the property. By filing a Speedy Lien or Construction Lien Claim, you will have the same interest a bank does when they issue a mortgage. 

Speedy Lien currently services the states of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Learn more about your state’s Lien Rights. Thinking of hiring a construction collections company? The first step is to file your Mechanic’s Lien prior to hiring a construction collection company. 

Speedy Lien files the following documents:

Visit our FAQs page for our most frequently asked questions. Or view our Lien Law by State page to learn about your State’s Lien rights. Or visit our Youtube Page!serv