The Garage Door Repair Invoice Template should be implemented to bill your Clients for the amount of money they must pay in exchange for the repair job you were commissioned to complete. This paperwork will function as both a notice that such funds are owed as well as documentation of the commissioned work. You will need to self-identify in this paperwork. Additionally, you must then present several facts to identify the Customer and the job so make sure to set aside a reasonable amount of time to complete this paperwork when you are set to bill your Customers.
Salary & Hourly Wage ($/hr)
How to Write in PDF and Word
1 – Obtain Invoice Paperwork To Bill For Garage Door Repairs
Locate the image on this page. Notice that an “Adobe PDF” and “MS Word” button is also displayed. Select either of these page items then access this file when you are ready to proceed supplying the requested data.
2 – A Clear Display Should Be Made Of Your Entity’s Information
This invoice paperwork will be composed of several areas which will need information to for this document to function correctly. Begin by identifying the entity that you represent at the top of this page. Use your editing program to remove the words “Company Name” then substitute your own entity’s name for this phrase. The set of blank lines in this area will call for pieces of information that will make up your identity and contact information. Follow these labels by submitting your first, middle, and last “Name” on the first line. The building number, street or road name, and unit number where your entity receives mail must be placed on the “Street Address” line. Continue satisfying this area’s request for address information by delivering your entity’s “City, State, Country” and its “Zip Code” to the next two lines (in this order). In the current day and age, most people prefer their correspondence via “Phone” or “E-mail” and the Garage Door Repair Customer being addressed may prefer this as well. We can quickly supply this information using the next two blank spaces.
3 – The Invoice Introduction Requires Some Items Detailed
This document will need to introduce itself with a unique number that can be considered its name or I.D. in a filing system. As a matter of convenience to your Client, disclose this “Invoice #” for your Client along with the invoice date that applies to it by making sure it is reported accurately to the spaces in the shaded bar. The full name of the Garage Door Repair Customer is a requirement in this document’s “Bill To” section.” In addition, consult your records and fill in the lines labeled with the words “Street Address,” “City, State, Country,” and “Zip Code” then make sure this information is accurate.
4 – All Details Pertaining To The Job Must Be Submitted
The work your entity was commissioned for may require that parts or supplies were used to make sure the Client’s garage door operates correctly. It will be up to you to make sure the Client receives an inventory of all the items required for his or her job via the first column in the “Material” table as well as the corresponding “Quantity” of each item via the second column. This table will also need to report the “Unit Cost” of the supplies or parts required. This information should be presented on every row containing an inventory item. The next set of details you should provide will serve to define how much the required manpower to fix the garage door will cost. Define the cost of this manpower by either naming a contract or by reporting when the Technician worked. The “Description” column acts as a method to display this information. The columns following the work details you provided will each serve to further summarize the event by requiring that the number “Hours” worked and the Technician’s “Hourly Rate” be recorded to their contents.
5 – Your Total Amount Owed Should Be Accompanied With Some Terms
The basic information that outlines the garage door repair job will allow the Client to review the work done however, we will also need to deliver the pricing through the tables. This task will be handled in the last column of each of these tables. Begin, by locating each row containing information in the “Material” table then multiplying the two number you provided (“Quantity” x “Unit Cost”) and filling this figure into the last box on the same row.
Now, in the “Service” table, identify the “Hours” and “Hourly Wage” for each defined shift then multiply these two numbers to produce the “Amount” owed in the last column. Add all the number you presented in the “Amount” column in “Material” then furnish the sum to the “Total Material” box. Similarly, record the “Total Service” as the sum of all the dollar values you supplied in the shaded box at the end of the “Service” table’s last column. The last two figures you reported in “Total Material” and “Total Service” should be added to one another so their combined total can be displayed in the “Subtotal” box. You will have to calculate the taxes owed then input hem in the “Tax” box. The figure you have presented in the “Subtotal” box should be added to the value in the “Tax” box then documented as the “Total” dollar amount owed by the Garage Door Repair Client.
Now that we have itemized the bill and summarized the charges, it is considered a wise decision to inform your Customer he or she only has a limited number of days to pay this invoice. Use the anticipated calendar date when the Client will receive this document as a starting point, then enter the number of days you are willing to wait for a payment in the first statement on the bottom left of this page. Underneath this statement, you may include additional directions for the Customer involving such topics as emergencies, criteria for payment, or instructions.
How to Write in Excel
Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)
1 – Use The Excel Button To Access The File Needed To Invoice Your Client
Download the excel sheet from this site to your machine. You will be able to input information directly to the spreadsheet with MS Excel or editing software capable of working with a .xls file.
2 – The First Column On This Sheet Should Contain Identity Information
Take a moment to observe the way this sheet has been divided. There will be a few distinct areas that will enable you to present various topics of information in an organized manner. The first of which will seek to introduce your business entity to the Garage Repair Customer that you document as the Recipient of this invoice. Let us begin with the first cell in column A where your logo should be uploaded and attached as a basic image file. Your next step will be to display the Garage Repair Service’s name in cell A2. This sheet will require you to continue presenting your contact information by requesting your name in cell A3. Supply this material then, give the Invoice Recipient the official business address of the Garage Repair Service you represent by filling it into cells A4 through A6. The last task this area sets forth is a request for the contact “E-Mail” address and “Phone” number you wish the Client to use when contacting the Garage Repair Service. The Client this invoice concerns will also have a set of cells where his or her information must be included. This is a necessary item for the garage repair job to be properly invoiced through this document. Thus, locate cells A11 through A14 then produce the Client information requested by the labels each contains.
3 – Disclose The Filing Information Used For This Invoice
Many would say that an organic part of the invoice process is to assign a specific document number to the paperwork itself. This document number should also be disclosed to the Client. Cell F4 will accept this information while cell H4 is reserved for the invoice date.
4 – Submit The Billables To The Tables In The Body Of This Invoice
The products, supplies, and manpower that are billable to the Garage Door Repair Client will all have to be set down on paper for the Client. This can be accomplished through the two tables included on this sheet. Produce an inventory of all “Material” used for the job using the cells in column A of the first table. Make sure that you include the “Quantity” for these pieces by inputting this information in the next column. Finally, the “Unit Price” of each piece billable to the Client should be submitted as well. Column G has been included in this table to receive this information. Once you do provide these figures the remainder of this table will present the total amount due for the billable pieces necessary for the garage repair job. The physical work that you expect the Garage Repair Customer to cover will need to be detailed clearly. The “Service” table will solve this issue once you submit all the dates and times (column A) that a Technician worked on the repair job, the total number of hours (column F) being billed, and the applicable “Hourly Rate” (column G) for the Technician on this job. Supply these first three columns with the requested information so the remainder of the table can present the final service charge. The amount of “Tax” you are required to charge the Customer will differ depending on your location. Make sure you are abreast of how to calculate this item then submit it to cell 34.
5 – Appropriate Terms Of Payment Should Be Applied
Your final job when invoicing the Customer is to make sure he or she knows the entity you represent expects a timely payment. A statement informing the Customer of this will require the number of days you will give the Client to pay for this job should be furnished to the area currently populated with the pound sign in cell A35. This statement is considered very useful in obtaining on time payments by many vendors but is optional.
There will be a final staging area in cell A36 where you can include more material for the Customer to review. In some cases, such additional information is considered crucial to the successful completion of a job.