Painting Contractor Invoice Template is useful on the front lines of the billing process by gathering the necessary items pertaining to a paint job and the Client who will be asked to produce a payment. Such information can be furnished easily using the formatted areas of this template. Since this paperwork seeks to present basic information it is recommended that it is filled out completely. Once it has been completed, it can be submitted to the Client at your discretion.
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1 – Save the Painting Contractor Invoice From This Site
The invoice on this page will enable a quick and reliable way to bill your Painting Contract Clients. Whether you obtain it as an MS Word or PDF file (select the appropriately self-labeled buttons), it is recommended that you keep the file saved to an accessible location in your machine.
2 – Completely Identify The Painting Contractor
This invoice is divided into several parts, each requiring your attention. Begin with the first field on this page (“Company Name”). It is crucial that the Painting Contractor’s business or “Company Name” is generated for this field. Use the blank space corresponding to the label “Name” refers to the first and last name of the Painting Contractor. If the Painting Contractor has a middle name, you should include this as well. The three blank lines labeled with the various components that make up a standard mailing address should be utilized to give the Painting Contractor’s “Street Address,” the “City, State, Country” where this address is located, and the applicable “Zip Code” The telephone number the Painting Contractor Client should use to reach the Company is requested on the next blank space. Input the Painting Contractor’s “E-Mail” address.
3 – The Invoice And Painting Client Should Be Paired Together
It is important that this invoice also have a documented name. Often this will take the form of a unique series of numbers, letters, or both known as the invoice number. Provide this material on the labeled line “Invoice #” Once you’ve supplied the invoice number, take a moment to input the official “Date” of this invoice on the next empty line.Notice the heading directly below the invoice number, “Bill To.” This area will obligate the individual you report with the address you provide as the party that must pay for the painting job being invoiced. The full “Name” of this party should be furnished on the first blank line in this section.The next empty spaces will take a similar mailing label format as the heading but will request that its information pertain directly to the Painting Contractor Client. Remember that these lines should be taken as a guide to produce the “Street Address,” “City, State, Country,” and “Zip Code” making up the Painting Client’s address.
4 – A Full Record Of The Painting Job Is Required For Invoicing
The painting job will have required materials and physical work on the Contractor’s part. Both of these will need to be itemized and presented to the Client in a manner that will allow a reasonable review at first glance. The “Products” table will handle the topic of what materials were needed for the completion of the painting project. Use the “Description” column to give a manifest of all the billable supplies or equipment. Make sure each is on a separate row. In addition to the manifest, make sure you provide a record how many of each painting supply or material were required for the project. This number must be given in the “Quantity” column. Report the exact cost of just one item on the same row as the information you just entered in the “Unit Cost” column. The “Amount” column requires you perform some quick multiplication. Locate the “Quantity” you entered and multiply it with the “Unit Cost” you reported. The number you reach through this calculation should be input to the last column on the same row. If you recorded more than one item to bill to the Painting Client, make sure that each row has the appropriate numbers. The area designated with the heading “Labor” enables a solid and well-organized report on the money that must be collected for the physical work involved for the painting job. Supply the Painting Contractor’s logged work dates to the “Description” column then input the “Hours” he or she worked. Now, supply the “Hourly Rate” that will be expected for the services of the Painting Contractor in the third column. For each row containing the Painting Contractor’s dates, multiply the “Hours” by the “Hourly Rate” numbers you provided to reach the “Amount” that must be paid for that date or range of dates. Place this number in the last column as a dollar value. Now we must provide a few sums. Add all the numbers you calculated in the “Products” table “Amount” column and enter it in the “Total Products” field at the bottom. Similarly, add every dollar “Amount” in the last column of the “Labor” table to one total then produce this number in the “Total Labor” box. The totals you calculated in the “Total Products” and “Total Labor” boxes must be added to one another in the box bearing the “Subtotal” label. Now, provide how much money in taxes the Client must contribute for this invoice in the box attached to the “Tax” label. Lastly, add the two boxes in this last table to the “Total” box. If its been determined that Clients should have only a specific number of days to pay, then record this on the line after the pound sign. You can include material or furnish more information at will by entering it directly onto the blank lines after the word “…Instructions.”
How to Write in Excel
Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)
1 – Retrieve The Painting Contractor Invoice For Your Use
The “MS Excel” button presented on this site gives access to the spreadsheet invoice necessary to request payment for a painting project completed by the Painter.
2 – The Painting Contractor And The Client Should Both Be Adequately Displayed
The “A” column will consist of several fields meant to identify the Painting Contractor as the Sender who must be paid for this invoice and the Client as the entity that has received painting services and must pay the Sender the invoice amount. Begin with the first three fields (A1, A2, A3) where you should supply the Painting Contractor’s logo, Company Name, and the Painting Contractor’s “Name.” Below this information, in cells A4 to A6, input the “Street Address,” the “City, State, Country,” and the “Zip Code” of the Painting Contractor’s business. The last items required to define the Sender of this paperwork are his or her “E-Mail” address and “Phone” number. Now we must address the Painting Contractor’s Client by “Name” and location in the “Bill To” section starting with the “Name” in cell A11 then, utilize the rest of the fields in this section of column A to present the complete address of the Painting Contractor
3 – Four Sections Containing Tables Will Be Used To Invoice The Painting Client
The first table on this page consists of two cells, each under an appropriate column heading and must present information for the Client. Use cell F4 to display the invoice number for this paperwork and cell H4 to show its invoice “Date.” By default, the invoice date is the calendar date you work on this spreadsheet unless you change it. The second table, under the bold heading “Products,” will is divided into the “Description,” “Quantity,” “Unit Price,” and “Amount” columns. The first three of these areas require your input while the last one will present some required figures. Submit an inventory of all the materials used for the painting job to “Description,” the total number that was ordered in “Quantity,” and the individual price of one piece of each material reported in the G column (“Unit Price”). This will cause the cost of each material to calculate in “Amount” as well as several other fields.
The third table here, “Labor,” will present a summary of the costs of the Painting Contractor’s time. This section will be divided by the headings “Description,” “Hours,” “Hourly Rate,” and “Amount.” The Painting Contractor’s work log for this paint job should be submitted to the first column, the length of time the Painting Contractor worked on the Client’s job should be input in the “F” column of this table, and the money the Painting Contractor must be paid per hour in the “Hourly Rate” column. As you record these numbers this table will fill in column H with some figures that will summarize how much the Client must pay for Painting Contractor’s time. Additionally, the final table will produce a couple of dollar amounts, but this invoice will not be considered complete unless you fill in the taxes that must be included with the final amount you expect the Client to pay. Supply this dollar amount to cell H34 The number of days the Painting Contractor will wait for a payment before it is considered delinquent should be substituted for the pound sign displayed int he brackets in cell A35 If you wish to include “Comments or “Special Instructions” then submit them for Client review with this invoice in cell A36