Home Remodeling Invoice Template

Home Remodeling Invoice Template sets a standard method of billing Clients in writing. This formatted document, a template, allows a clear presentation of the remodeling supplies and merchandise that requires payment from the Client. Additionally, there will be ample room for an organized presentation of the work time the Client is obligated to compensate the Home Remodeling Contractor for engaging in. Naturally, it should be considered imperative that all the information is produced accurately in the fields dealing with that topic and that timely delivery of this paperwork is effected. Such actions will usually promote a timely response in the form of payment.

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Step 1 – Save The Home Remodeling Invoice To Your Machine

Save the Home Remodeling Invoice Template by choosing either the “PDF” button or the “Word” button presented with the sample image.


Step 2 – Introduce The Home Remodeling Business

The first object on the page is a textbox holding the phrase “Company Name.” Remove it and fill in the legal “Company Name” of the Home Remodeling Business in its place.  The “Name” of the Remodeling Contractor sending this document must be produced on the line labeled “Name.”  Naturally, the Client will want documentation regarding how he or she can contact the Remodeling Contractor (or Remodeler) if or when desired. Thus, record the “Street Address,” “City, State, Country,” and “Zip Code” on the blank lines with these labels.  In addition to the mailing address, the Remodeler’s telephone number and email address must be presented. The lines attached to the labels “Phone” and “Email” will readily accept this information. 


Step 3 – Attach The Remodeling Job To This Document

A standard item reported on an invoice will be its reference number. The “Invoice #” line following the header in the shaded bar is set to display this reference information prominently once you produce it as its contents.  The next item in the horizontal bar is a space labeled “Date.” This line should hold the calendar month, two-digit calendar day, and the two-digit year of this invoice’s generation thus obligating the recipient to the charges discussed below. 


Step 4 – Address The Remodeling Client

The Remodeling Client’s “Name” along with his or her billing address is the next required topic of discussion. The “Bill To” title will call attention to itself with a bold font while it obligates the Recipient you list on the “Name” line to pay for the remodeling costs that will be discussed.  The three empty lines beginning with the “Street Address” label and conclude with the “Zip Code” line expect the billing address of this entity presented for display. 


Step 5 – Report On The Billable Remodeling Materials

The remodeling project that is being billed must be detailed to an adequate degree for the Client who will be expected to pay for it. By listing all the “Materials” that were used and considered billable to the Client before requesting payment, a solid account of why money for the remodeling “Materials” can be displayed for review. The “Description” column is where such an inventory can be displayed. Notice, that a row has been reserved for multiple entries as it is recommended that each material or construction supplies that require payment be listed on a separate line.  The “Quantity” serves to support the money that will be asked for the materials provided by seeking submission of how much of each (material or supply) was ordered or needed for the remodeling job.


Step 6 – Price The Home Remodeling Supplies Or Materials

The “Unit Cost” column where the dollar amount that must be paid for one of each required supply or material should be produced on that respective row.  The final column requires a couple of calculations for its completion. First, multiply the “Quantity” of an item with its “Unit Cost.” This result will give you the “Amount” the Remodeling Client must pay for the materials on that row. Enter the result of each such multiplication in the “Amount” column. Keep in mind that you must work only across rows.   Now calculate the “Total Material” cost for this job by adding each number down the “Amount” column to a single dollar value. Report this value in “Total Material.” 


Step 7 – Record The Remodeling Contractor’s Billable Time

The second table of this invoice seeks a similar report so that it can request payment for the time spent on the remodeling job. The first column of the “Service” table will seek a “Description” of the time spent on the remodeling job. Several rows where the dates and times required for the remodeling, the tasks accomplished, and/or the contract title defining these details can be presented.  The “Hours” column is the next one on the row that must be populated with information. This should be a report on the amount of time spent on the job divided into “Hours.” GO down this column providing each row in this column with the number of “Hours” spent on the reported times, actions, or paperwork defined in the first column. 


Step 8 – Furnish The Applicable Payrate And Total

The third “Service” table item requiring attention is the Remodeling Contractor’s “Hourly Rate” or the dollar value of one hour’s “Service” on the defined job. The title of this column implies that the dollar value supplied to it is for one hour so there will be no need to indicate this with a slash and time unit. Enter the dollar value of the “Hourly Rate” directly to the fields provided.  Lastly, the “Amount” column will carry two requests for detail. First, multiply the numbers you entered across each row (“Hours” times “Hourly Rate”). The dollar value reached is money expected for the “Service” defined in the first column.  Once you have provided each defined “Service” with a dollar “Amount” to be paid, it will be necessary to add them to one “Total Service” charge. 


Step 9 – Discuss The Remodeling Costs As A whole

A summary of this invoice along with some additional instruction shall close this paperwork. Begin the summary by adding the amounts owed for the remodeling job’s “Total Material” and “Total Service.” The “Subtotal” field in the last table (located in the bottom right of this invoice) expects this summed value as its content.

The “Tax” field is reserved for a recording of the taxes that must be added to the “Subtotal” as required by the local jurisdiction. Calculate this amount then enter it in the field attached to the word “Tax.”

Finally, add the remodeling “Subtotal” with the “Tax” recorded as the “Total” remodeling cost that must be paid. The final box in this column requires this value to complete these tables. 


Step 10 – Inform The Contracted Client Of The Deadline

This document now requires attention to the left of the listed remodeling “Total.” The “Payment Is Due” statement displayed here runs to a blank space following a number sign. This space requests an entry for the exact number of “Days” from the remodeling invoice “Date” when an unpaid invoice becomes delinquent.   


Step 11 – Name Any Attachments And Produce Remaining Topics

The blank lines after the words “Comments Or Special Instructions” are reserved for additional remodeling paperwork, disclosures, or instructions. This section can also be used to discuss the expected payment. If no further discussions are required then you may also leave these lines unattended. 


How to Write in MS Excel

Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)

Step 1 – Download This Invoice As A Template To For Bill Home Remodeling Projects

Gain access to the Home Remodeling Invoice Template as an “Excel” file by making use of the button in the caption area of the sample image to download it. You may choose to save this file utilizing the “Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)” above (if preferred).


Step 2 – Use The First Column To Introduce The Home Remodeling Business

Furnish the Home Remodeling Business’ trademark image or logo as the first item in this invoice. A clipart picture currently holds cell A1 for your upload. To replace it, select the image in cell A1, delete it then use the “Insert” option to attach The Remodeling Business’ logo or select the image, right-click it, then pick use the “Change” menu for this task.  Cell A2 seeks the Remodeling Business “Company Name” reported so it can be presented with the logo above it. Use cell A3 through A6 to produce the “Name” and Remodeling Business’ “Street Address,” its “City, State, Country, and (lastly) its “Zip Code.”
Cell A7 as well as the one below it (Cell A8) intends to display two optional methods of reaching the Home Remodeling Contractor. Use the first of these, cell A7, as a staging area for the business “E-mail” and cell A8 for the Home Remodeler’s “Phone” number. 


Step 3 – Produce The Remodeling’s Referencing Information For This Job

Also in the header area is a brief table requesting some basic filing information that only the Home Remodeling Business or Contractor may provide. First, delete the text in cell F4 (underneath the title “Invoice #”) then fill in the document identification number that will tie all the details you present together in this bill to this field.    Notice the cell beside the words “Invoice #” contain the word “Date.” Like the cell before it, this refers to the content below it which is currently occupied by the “Date” read on your computer desktop. This will be understood as the first official “Date” this document applies to the Client. If a different calendar day is preferable you may alter the contents of cell H4 accordingly. 


Step 4 – Identify The Contractor’s Remodeling Client

The full name of the Home Remodeling Client will solidify the identity of this bill’s Payer. Fill in the “Name” of the Home Remodeling Client this invoice is directed to by typing it directly in cell A11.  The mailing address of the Home Remodeling Client also has a specific area for display. Cell A12, A13, and A14 are set in this section (“Bill To”) with the appropriate labels as their contents to guide your entries. Replace each one of these items with the address information being requested. All address information requested in these cells concerns the Home Modeling Client’s billing address. 


Step 5 – Record The Remodeling Materials Used Or Ordered

The second table on this page will be used to list and price all the remodeling supplies or products that must be included in the payment requested. The first column of this table is reserved for a detail of the work supplies or remodeling products obligating the Client to payment. The “Materials” table at the center of this document must be populated with a detail of the physical supplies or remodeling merchandise used for this job. All items recorded in column A of this table (beginning with cell A18) will indicate the remodeling job requires a set sum of money to cover the listed material, supply, or merchandise.  After supplying the first column with the “Description” of the remodeling “Materials,” proceed to the second column where a record of the “Quantity” (Column F) must be registered for each item you listed. Keep the “Quantity” you are reporting on the same row as the defined item. 


Step 6 – Price The Supplies Needed To Remodel The House

This table has been set with a convenient formula that will perform a few calculations on your behalf. The “Unit Price” (Column G) needed to pay for a single item of the ordered supplies or merchandise listed in the first column must be documented in the third column. Once this number is supplied on the row appropriate to the discussed item in this column, the final area (column H) will self-populate with some dollar values. These will summarize the dollar amount required for all the “Materials” discussed.  


Step 7 – Discuss The Contractor Time Required For Remodeling

The “Labor” area has been provided to document the time spent physically working on the remodeling project has also been divided into four topics. Column A of this table is reserved for a list of the shifts or dates when work was done for the Remodeling Client. Begin this log in cell A26 and work your way down the column. Each recorded shift or calendar when remodeling work was performed should have its number of “Hours” reported on the same row in column F.  


Step 8 – Deliver The Total Amounts Required For The Remodeling Work

Column G or “Hourly Rate” is the final requirement of the “Labor” table. Once your produce the exact dollar amount the Remodeling Contractor expects for an hour of work, the remaining fields of column H will generate the values appropriate to their field based on the value you record under the “Hourly Rate” (Column G).


Step 9 – Finalize The Remodeling Summary Of Charges

Cell H34 (“Tax”) carries the responsibility of completing the final table where the “Total” is presented to the Home Remodeling Client. As you review the two cells leading up to this “Total,” notice that the “Tax” must be calculated separately outside of this sheet then input to cell H34 in order for this invoice to present the “Total.” This is because cell H34 must be equivalent to the home remodeling “Subtotal” added to its “Tax.”  If no taxes are required, then enter “$0.00” to confirm this to the Client.


Step 10 – Inform The Client The Payment Must Be Submitted

Now turn your attention to cell A35 where an instruction has been produced for Client review. The contents here must not be removed. Instead, you must supplement this sentence by removing the bracketed symbols the entering a specific number. The number you record must represent the length of time after the invoice date when payment must be received or subjected to the penalties of a late status in the Home Remodeler’s accounts payable system. 


Step 11 – Content Addressing the Remodeling Or This Document Can Be Reported

Cell A36 shall close this document with a convenient area (after the words “Comments Or Special Instructions”) where remaining material concerning the remodeling may be furnished.