Flooring Installation Invoice Template

Flooring Installation Invoice Template will present the charges owed for the job or the flooring products required by most Installation Customers. Several predetermined areas with the appropriate formatting will enable an efficient development of the paperwork needed to officially request payment for the concerned (and defined) floor installation and any flooring products necessary.  You will only need to present the basics for this request in most cases, but if any additional topic matters, disclosures, or general information should be passed along to the Customer there will be an opportunity to finish your invoice with such content included.

How Much Does Flooring Installation Cost?

  • Average cost: $6 to $10 per square foot (source: HomeGuide)

Flooring Installation pricing depends on your location, the materials used for the installation, labor, removal and disposal of the old floor, moving furniture and kind of floor being installed.

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How to Write in PDF and MS Word

Download: Adobe PDF & Microsoft Word (.docx)

Step 1 – Secure Your Copy of The Flooring Installation Invoice

Locate the grey button displaying the text “Word” and the Microsoft Word icon and the button with the word PDF and the Adobe PDF icon. Choose one of these file types then download it to your system. Make sure to gather your job records then proceed to open and complete the invoice you acquired.

Step 2 – The Flooring Installer Must Identify The Business Sending This Paperwork

This paperwork will present several areas in the top left-hand corner of the page where the process of setting the Flooring Installer’s Business as the entity requiring payment. Start by removing the wording “Company Name” from the text box at the top of the page then inputting the Flooring Installer’s Business Name in its place.  The Flooring Installer requesting payment will need to make sure his or her “Name” is clearly visible underneath the entity name now displayed at the top of the page. Produce this material or, record the “Name” of the Flooring Installation Company Employee working with this document. The Flooring Customer will want to see some basic contact information concerning the Sender of this invoice. Many would consider the mailing address of an entity to be a key point of contact. Therefore, utilize the next three lines to report this entity’s address (“Street Address” and “City, State, Country”) making sure to produce the “Zip Code” separately. Our next goal will be to deliver the Flooring Installer’s business “Phone” line. The first available line after the address you recorded will expect this information. Lastly, the Flooring Installation Business’ “E-Mail” address will round out this section and should be entered on the last line of the header we are completing. 

Step 3 – Record The Official Invoice Number Assigned By The Installer

The next topic we must address is the means to refer to the flooring installation details and pricing we will document in a convenient manner. By applying a unique filing number to this paperwork, we will be able to tie in all the details to one item that is easily found in a well-organized filing system. The partially shaded divider following the header will give us a specific area where we can put this material on display for the Flooring Customer. Record this reference information on the blank line labeled “Invoice #” The “Date” line to the right of the invoice number will seek the calendar date you wish attached as the effective date of this invoice. Usually, this is the calendar day when the invoice was created and completed however you may use any calendar date the Floor Installer and Customer find logical and appropriate. 


Step 4 – Document The Full Name Of The Flooring Customer

After identifying the Floor Installer and the paperwork being sent, a report on the Flooring Customer’s “Name” will be expected. This information must be entered on the blank line attached to the text-label “Name” following the bold words “Bill To.” In this way, we will make sure the Customer is aware that the purpose of this document is to formally request payment. It will be necessary to complete the “Bill To” section with the Flooring Installation Customer’s mailing address. You must split this content down three lines (“Street Address,” “City, State, Country,” and “Zip Code”). This billing address may be a mailing address, office address, or PO box so long as it is an address where the Customer will reliably receive mail.  


Step 5 – Report The Flooring Installation Expenses Being Billed

The expenses that must be charged to the Client, the flooring and the products that were ordered, and the time spent on this job can all be considered billable items depending upon the agreement between the Flooring Installer and his or her Client. For instance, a contract name or a date and work shift along with physical products ordered by the Customer can all be recorded in the first box of the invoice table provided (titled “Description”). The price(s) covering the Flooring Installer’s time and flooring products should be set on clear display in “Amount.” You may use the first box in this column to report multiple prices or one sum.

Furnish the “Subtotal” of the flooring installation expenses. This will be the sum of the values in the “Amount” box.

The dollar value of the “Tax” the Flooring Customer must pay is also a requirement and should be listed in a separate area. If “Tax” must be charged, produce it accordingly in the appropriately labeled box.  The flooring installation bill must be completed in the box labeled “Total” with a record of the sum of the installation’s “Subtotal” value and “Tax” value. 

Step 6 – Instruct The Flooring Customer On The Next Step

The next step the Flooring Installer will want the Customer to take will be to pay the installation costs above. This desire is summarized in a statement following the invoice table set for obligating the Flooring Customer to submit payment within a number of days from the invoice date. You must make a record of this number on the blank line in the “Payment Is Due…” statement.   Instructions or disclosures still due to the Flooring Customer can be documented on the blank lines after the term “Comments Or Special Instructions” 


How to Write in MS Excel

Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)

Step 1 – Acquire The Spreadsheet Needed To Bill For A Flooring Installation

You can bill your Flooring Customer using a spreadsheet to develop an invoice. Download this file by choosing the “Excel” button from the caption area of the template preview or select the link at the introduction of this section.

Step 2 – Make A Production Of The Flooring Installer’s Business Information

Locate the graphic of the Flooring Installation Business logo in your system. You must upload your logo graphic to cell A1, then document the Flooring Installer’s professional or “Company Name” below it in cell A2.  The Flooring Installation Business sending this must furnish a contact person for the Customer. “Name” the Flooring Installation Business’ Representative in cell A3. This spreadsheet also makes a request for the Flooring Installation Company’s business address. Cell A3 expects the building number, street name, and (as needed) suite number making up the “Street Address” where he or she receives business mail. Below this, in the next two cells (A5 and A6), submissions of the Flooring Installation Company’s “City, State, Country” then “Zip Code” are expected. The mailing address of an entity is a reliable method of contact however many Flooring Customers may wish a more immediate manner to initiate contact whether it is to ask for instruction or to produce payment for the bill. Thus, utilize cell A7 and A8 to display the Flooring Installation Company “E-Mail” address and “Phone” number.


Step 3 – Display The Flooring Job’s Invoice Number

The document number or filing number the Flooring Installation Company wishes to attach to this invoice is required in the cell designated as “Invoice #” (cell F4).  Notice that attached on the right (in cell H4) is a default “Date.” This default invoice “Date” is presented for your convenience. You may adjust this if needed. 


Step 4 – Target The Appropriate Entity As The Flooring Installation Customer

The Flooring Customer being held accountable for this bill must be displayed underneath the wording “Bill To.” The Cells A11 through A14 (“Name” through “Zip Code”) expect the Flooring Installation Customer’s legal identity and official billing address furnished to their contents. 


Step 5 – Produce A Display Of The Flooring Installation Job And Its Costs

Now an accounting of the flooring installation services and products must be made. In cell A17, an ample amount of space has been reserved for your report on the Flooring Installer’s billable time and ordered merchandise.   The cost of this installation can now be presented. Use H17 to report this as one or more dollar values. Cell H19 requests that you fill in the sum of all the flooring costs you recorded above it. Since this figure does not have any sales tax added, it is known as the “Subtotal.”

The sales “Tax” that must be calculated based on the “Subtotal” of the physical products ordered must be recorded as a dollar value in cell H20.

You will need to complete this table with one final calculation. Take the installation’s “Subtotal” value then add it to the “Tax” value for display in cell H20. 

Step 6 – Deliver Instructions Defining The Payment Deadline

This invoice will provide the Flooring Installation Company with a valuable tool in the form of a statement. Locate the hashtag symbol place in the statement occupying cell A21, then replace it with the maximum number of days that make up a time frame when a received payment is considered on time.   Cell A22 allows a continuation of this invoice with some space after the term “Comments Or Special Instructions”