Demolition Invoice Template will allow you to clearly document the costs requiring payment for a demolition job that was ordered. Generally, Customers requiring this type of service will also want a paper trail of the work that was done to improve or work on the concerned property. A template that can be filled out with relative ease yet still present the demolition specifics and the numbers involved will contribute to a smooth process in a company’s billing department. This document has been formatted to include the basic requirements of detailing and tracking the cost of a demolition however, it will still allow for any material unique to a Customer or a job be presented. As always, it is considered wise to always make sure that you retain a completed copy of such documents as a matter of good record keeping.
Cost to Demolish a House
- Average cost per square foot: $4-$15/sq. ft. (source: HomeAdvisor)
- Average cost to demolish a house: $18,000 total. Although the price varies based on several factors, such as size of the house, structural additions on the property and required permits. Because of those facts, the price to demolish a house can be as low as $3,000 or as high as $25,000 (source: HomeAdvisor).
How to Write in PDF and MS Word
Step 1 – Gain Access To The Demolition Invoice On This Page
The paperwork necessary to bill your Demolition Client is obtainable through this web page. Locate the word “Download” at the beginning of this section then choose either “Adobe PDF” or “Microsoft Word (.docx).” Both links shall deliver the template in the preview picture. Notice there will be two appropriately labeled buttons you can use to access this file.
Step 2 – Identify The Demolitionist Or Demolition Company For The Customer
The text box at the onset of this paperwork is our first item of attention. Substitute the term “Company Name” with the Demolition Business’ legal name. Continue to produce the Demolitionist’s “Name” on the first line or that of the Office Employee responsible for collecting on accounts receivable in the Demolition Business. The full mailing address of the Demolition Company is needed as a line-by-line entry beginning with its “Street Address” and concluding with its “Zip Code.” The address you supply here must be up to date to be used in this area. In addition to a current address, the Demolition Company “Phone” number should be on display. Furnish it to the next line. Complete the Demolitionist’s contact details with the Company “E-Mail” address on the last blank line.
Step 3 – Provide Your Filing Information To Begin The Invoice Process
The document ID number used to track the status of the payment in the Demolitionist’s books should be input on the line attached to the “Invoice #” label. Proceed to the right side of the page where you should assign a “Date” to the demolition job invoice we are currently producing.
Step 4 – The Demolition Customer’s Name And Billing Address Are Mandatory Items
This document will need to be submitted to an individual or a business entity. Regardless of the type of the Recipient we are targeting, the full “Name” of the entity this invoice will be sent to must be provided on the first empty line in the “Bill To” part of this invoice. Similarly, a listing of the Client’s billing address must be documented as well. You can submit a production of this address underneath the Demolition Client “Name” to the blank lines designated with the “Street Address,” “City, State…,” and “Zip Code” labels.
Step 5 – Discuss The Demolition Job And The Payment Sought For These Services
The demolition invoice table occupying the middle of the page will seek several items crucial to gathering payment. The first will be some point of reference the Customer can use to identify the concerned job. To this end, list the job number, agreement title, billable time, all of the above, or a contract reference to the box with the “Description” heading. You must continue to the right of the “Description” where the “Amount” the Demolition Company seeks as payment must be entered. Follow this column down to the next box, “Subtotal,” where a sum of all the above billables should be presented. Many times, taxes will need to be added to the above pricing, especially if a clean-up requiring billable supplies was part of the job. In such cases, sales tax must be reported on its own. Input this value to “Tax.” To complete this table, you must calculate the “Total” then present it in the appropriate box. Reach this number by adding the “Tax” to the Demolition “Subtotal.” Double-check this figure, then, if correct, enter it next to the word “Total.
Step 6 – Directly Inform The Client Of The Demolition Job Payment Deadline
Turn your focus to the sentence following the table. The wording “Payment Is Due” is an instruction regarding when the Client should respond but you must complete this instruction for it to apply. Fill in the number of days this invoice may remain unpaid without being considered late on the line just before the word “Days” in this sentence. Additional space has been provided after the “Comments Or Special Instructions” label should the Customer require further instructions, comments, or attachments with more information.
How to Write in MS Excel
Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)
Step 1 – Acquire The Demolitionist’s Invoice From This Site
The invoice needed to gain payment from your Customers is an obtainable Excel file through the link above this statement or through the “Excel” button under the preview. Choose either of these buttons then perform a download to keep your spreadsheet invoice for future use.
2 – Submit Some Preliminary Information Identifying The Demolition Business
Before we invoice the Demolition Customer, we should clearly state the origin of this paperwork; the Demolitionist or Demolition Company seeking payment through this document. Cell A1 will allow direct upload of the Demolition Company’s current logo. Upload this as requested so it is on display instead of the place holder image (currently) in this cell. Now, continue to cell A2 where the “Company Name” of the Demolition Business must be input. Type the full legal name of this entity into the contents of cell A2.
The “Name” of the Demolition Employee or that of the Business Owner that holds the responsibility of collecting payment for the job we will define should be displayed in cell A3. This will give the Customer someone to address if responding to this invoice with any questions or with payment. Cell A4 will begin the next requirement for this introduction to the invoice. Here, you must place the first line of the Demolitionist’s mailing address. Usually, this will be a building number, street name, and (if needed) the suite number but it can also be a P.O. Box number. The Demolition Business’ mailing address will need to be continued to be completed for the Customer’s use. Therefore, you must use cell A5 as a field to display the “City, State,” and the “Country” in this address then proceed to cell A6 to input the “Zip Code” appropriate for this address. Cell A7 has been reserved strictly for the “E-Mail” or electronic mail address monitored by the Demolition Business. Finally, our introduction of the Demolitionist or the Demolition Company shall conclude with its business telephone number. Record this in cell A8.
Step 3 – Continue Preparing This Invoice With Valuable Information For The Customer
The top half of this invoice will serve two purposes. The first will be to introduce the Sender of this invoice as its Payee while the second will be to introduce itself to the Customer with a unique string of digits that can act as a reference or “Invoice #” for the future. Cell F4, currently populated with some default text, will request that you record this number as its contents while the cell on its right (cell H4) already displays the current “Date.” This will be taken as the calendar date of this document’s creation and the first day that payment is requested. You may delete this “Date” and replace it at your discretion or leave it as is.
Step 4 – Address The Demolition Customer Directly
The Customer who ordered the demolition (plus any required clean-up) and must now pay for this order will have to be attached to this role through this document. The statement heading in cell A10 (“Bill To”) will accomplish this task nicely, however, your participation is required here. Cell A11 (“Name”) through cell A14 (“Zip Code”) should be used as the staging area for the Customer “Name” and mailing address. Populate these cells with the requested content.
Step 5 – Produce An Account Of The Demolition With The Amount Owed
Naturally, in order to bill any Client, we will need to produce a summary of what is being paid for. The Demolition Customer will expect this as well. Cell A16 and cell H16 will provide the column headings for a table we must satisfy below them. Begin with the “Description” (A17) by recording the log hours and dates when the demolition job took place and/or the details of what was required (i.e. the structures or items requiring removal, the cleanup, billable supplies, equipment rental, etc.). The second cell requiring content is under “Amount.” Apply the costs of the billable hours/items to this invoice by submitting the appropriate figure(s) to cell H17. This will be the base dollar “Amount” the Demolitionist or Demolition Company expects to receive. You must present the costs a second time as one sum in cell H18 (attached to the “Subtotal” label) even if only one dollar “Amount” was entered. Cell H19 allows for the required presentation of any sales “Tax” the Demolition Customer may owe. If this does not apply, you may enter “0.00” or you may leave this blank otherwise you are required to separately list any applied taxes here. We have arrived at the final cell of this table; cell H20 (known as the “Total”). Use cell H20 to display the sum of cells H18 and H19 as the payable amount called for to concerned transaction.
6 – Instructions Concerning Payment Should Be Reported If Needed
Return your attention to column A. In cell A21 a special statement has been supplied for your use. This is an instructional statement serving as a deadline for payment. You will need to report the time frame that payment on time can be made. Submit this as a number just before the word “Days,” using the invoice “Date” as a starting point for this countdown. The “Comments Or “Special Instructions” field (cell A22) is reserved as an area where you can continue with additional instructions, disclosures, or comments. You may utilize this cell as a free-form area of entry for this purpose. If there are no additional items for this invoice, you may also leave this cell blank.