Drywall Repair Invoice Template

The Drywall-Repair Invoice Template aids with the administrative necessity of documenting your Company’s requests for payment while presenting them to your Repair Customers. Naturally, this can free your staff to pursue other pressing tasks such as sales or site-work. Similarly, a Contractor will benefit from the same structure this document employs since it can be completed within only a few minutes (provided you have all your references handy). In most cases, your Clientele will wish to see a brief document that presents its Sender and quickly presents its topic, hence this template has been kept to accommodate these needs within only a few sections requiring your attention.

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How to Write in PDF and Word

Download; Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx)

Step 1 – Save The Drywall-Repair Invoice PDF Or Word Template

The invoice on this page is obtainable as an “Adobe PDF” or a “Microsoft Word (.docx)” file by selecting either of the “Download” item above. If preferred, you may also utilize the “PDF” or “Word” button on display as well.


Step 2 – Identify The Drywall Professional Or Repair Company That Must Be Paid

The document on this page will seek a display of the Drywall Company or Professional’s identity and details. This begins with an entry of the Drywall Business’ “Company Name.” Supply this entry in the text box beginning this page in the upper left. Proceed to the labeled lines following the text box you completed where you should record the Drywall Contractor or Employee “Name” and the formal mailing address of the Drywall Business. Utilize the next three lines to record this address taking care to produce the “Street Address” and “City, State, Country” on different lines from the one calling for the “Zip Code.”  After furnishing the “Phone” and “E-Mail” address for this entity, make sure to display the Drywall Business’ “Phone” and “E-Mail” where the Drywaller or an Employee can be reached.


Step 3 – Classify This Document With Its Invoice Information

The document number for this invoice will be a defining item in the filing system of the Drywall Business and its Customer. A specific area will request this input on the blank line labeled “Invoice #.”The invoice “Date” when this paperwork is generated is a necessary item of record. Produce it across the divider line from this document’s assigned invoice number.


Step 4 – Address The Drywall Customer Directly

Identify the Paying Customer on the “Name” line under “Bill To.” This is the Party expected to produce payment for the drywall repairs that will be discussed.  The address where the Paying Customer receives mail will be needed on the “Street Address” through “Zip Code” lines. Enter these items as requested.


Step 5 – Describe The Drywall Shift Needed For The Repair

The drywall repair being billed should be summarized by the time spent and, if desired, the actions defining the repair job. Enter the drywall repair report in the “Description” box of the invoice table on display. Whether you have defined the times when the drywall repair was made, the number of “Hours” spent on this job is needed in the next column.


Step 6 – Price The Drywall Repair Job

The Dry-Wall Repair Technician’s “Hourly Rate” for the job must be recorded in the third column. Once the two previous values you recorded (“Hours” and “Hourly Rate”) have been confirmed as accurate, multiply them. The product will be the “Amount” the Drywall Company intends to collect for the repair job you just defined.   Add all the defined repair jobs in “Amount” and record the result as the drywall “Subtotal.”  All service taxes that apply to this repair should be produced in the “Tax” box. Keep in mind that if any products were sold, then a sales “Tax” is likely needed. Review the current “Tax” codes then furnish them in the “Tax” box.  The “Total” that must be paid for the drywall repair is needed as a display to complete this table. Add its “Subtotal” and its “Tax” to a single dollar amount in the “Total” box.


Step 7 – Declare The Drywall Repair Job’s Payment Deadline

An instruction to pay for the drywall repairs within a predetermined number of “Days” should be included with this invoice and can be easily employed by entering the number of “Days” given to the Drywall Customer as a grace period of payment if payment is not submitted immediately. If the number of days expires without payment, then the Dry-wall Customer may be considered late. 


Step 8 – Additional Material Required For Your Drywall Invoice May Be Supplied

If more information pertaining to the drywall costs or the paperwork being generated must be included, then seek out the phrase “Special Instructions Or Comments” then use the blank lines that follow to input this information directly.


How To Write In Excel

Download Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)

Step 1 – Download The Excel Dry-Wall Invoice From This Page

Select the “Excel” button to obtain a spreadsheet to bill your Dry-Wall Customers. If preferred, you may also gain direct access through the “Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)” link in this area.


Step 2 – Name The Dry-Wall Business Affecting The Repair And Requiring Payment

The first cell on this sheet will seek the Dry-Wall Business logo as its contents. Upload this image file from your system to cell A1.  Cells A2 and cell A3 act to support the logo identifying the Dry-Wall Business logo you supplied. Input the formal Business Name of the Dry-Wall Company in cell A2 and the “Name” of the person sending this document on behalf of this Entity in cell A3. The mailing address used by the Dry-Wall Repair Company behind this invoice will be required by this spreadsheet for the purpose of properly invoicing the Customer. Document the Dry-Wall Repair Company’s “Street Address,” “City, State, Country,” and “Zip Code” in cells A4, cell A5, and A6.

Notice the final two fields in this series of cells will seek additional material useful in contacting the Dry-Wall Repair Company. Issue its “E-Mail” address in cell A7 and its “Phone” number in cell A8.


Step 3 – Declare The Document Information For This Invoice

The filing number the Dry-Wall Repair Business intends to use to separate this document from others in its system and identify it as an invoice should be recorded in cell F4 (under the “Invoice #” heading). The invoice “Date” you wish to correspond with the invoice number is the next concern for this area. In cell H4, the calendar date read from your computer at the time you are working is on display as this document’s invoice “Date.”


Step 4 – Produce The Dry-Wall Customer’s Billing Content

The “Bill To” section of this sheet will seek the full “Name” of the Dry-Wall Repair Client expected to submit payment. Satisfy this requirement by entering this material to cell A11.    Continue identifying the Dry-Wall Repair Client with a production of the appropriate billing address. Produce the “Street Address” where the Dry-Wall Customer expects mail in cell A12, the “City, State, Country” in cell A13, then conclude this section with the Dry-Wall Customer’s postal code in cell A14.  


Step 5 – Report Specifics Defining The Repair Job

The repair job that was commissioned by the Dry-Wall Repair Client should be documented by reporting the dates and times when the repair took place and a brief “Description.” cell A17 of the invoice table has been developed to provide enough room for this task.  After giving a summary of the dry-wall repair requiring payment, the second column in this table (column F) will require you to record how many “Hours” were spent working on the Customer’s repair in its contents.


Step 6 – Document The Dry-Wall Repair Job’s Costs

Our next task will be a production of the Dry-Wall Repair Technician or Team’s “Hourly Rate.” Column G has been set to receive this dollar value then feed it to a formula that shall calculate the “Amount” being charged for this job (without tax). Notice that while the row you were working on has been completed the final column (“Amount”) has a few unattended cells. First, verify the “Amount” as the sum of what is owed for the job without taxes by entering this number in the “Subtotal” field (cell H18). Cell H19, “Tax,” has been set in this column as a display area for any service or sales taxes that must be added to the dry-wall repair job’s “Subtotal.” If this Company is in a state that expects such taxes paid, calculate them, accordingly, then enter them directly to cell H19. Lastly, inform the Dry-Wall Customer of the “Total” he or she must pay by adding the dry-wall repair job’s “Subtotal” to the “Tax” that you reported and displaying the resulting sum in cell H20.  


Step 7 – Impose The Dry-Wall Repair’s Payment Deadline

Cell A21 of the spreadsheet invoice we are completing contains some language geared for instructing the Dry Wall Repair Customer to pay this bill within the number of “Days” you furnish as a replacement for the brackets (“[#]”) displayed in the wording. 


Step 8 – Continue With More Dry-Wall Instructions, Payment Requirements, Or Attachments

All other content that you intend to furnish as a part of the dry-wall invoice or attached to it can be named in cell A21. If you have no attachments and wish only to provide some basic comments, you may do so by typing them directly into this field after the words “Comments Or Special Instructions.”