The Upholstery Invoice Template enables a straightforward entry process when reporting the specifics of a custom made piece of furniture (requiring upholstering) or for the repair of a furniture’s padding, pillows, and other fabrics that requires the Client’s payment. Keep in mind the details required to request payment will need to include both parties along with some other items. The template on this page contains a section for each subject an Upholstery Client will need to see before submitting payment. When it is time to bill the Upholstery Client, make sure that his or her contact information as well as the requested content from your records are readily available as this will promote a smooth and accurate development of your invoice.
How Much does Furniture Upholstery Cost?
The average cost for upholstery is about $851 (source: HomeGuide). This price can be a lot lower or higher depending on the piece and how many of them.
Furniture Upholstery Cost:
- Couch: $600 – $1,800 (source: HomeGuide)
- Chaise Lounge: $700 – $1,500 (source: HomeGuide)
- Dining Room Chair: $150 – $600 (source: HomeGuide)
- Car Seats: $200 – $750 per seat (source: HomeGuide)
How to Write in PDF and MS Word
Step 1 – Save The Upholstery Invoice From This Site
Decide whether you are more comfortable working with “Adobe PDF” or “Microsoft Word (.docx)” then select the format you wish for the Upholstery Invoice you download by clicking on the appropriate link label. Optionally, you may also obtain your preferred file by choosing either the “PDF” button or the “Word” button on this page.
Step 2 – Introduce The Upholstery Company Seeking Payment
This document will begin with some basic information defining the Upholstery Company or Shop issuing it. This effect is achieved by typing the Upholstery Company or Shop’s legal “Company Name” in the first textbox. You can find this textbox in the upper left corner of this document. The series of lines presented in this area focus on the Upholstery Company or Shop seeking payment. The initial four blank lines here request some documentation defining the Upholstery Company or Shop’s return address. This will require the “Name” of the Upholstery Employee produced on the first blank line and the formal Upholstery Company or Shop mailing address supplied down the next three lines (“Street Address” through “Zip Code”). Notice that the “Street Address” will need to be entered on a different line then that of the “City, State” and “Country” you report or the “Zip Code” you submit. The business line of the Upholstery Business should be entered on the line labeled “Phone.”
Lastly, record the “E-Mail” address monitored by the Upholstery Company on the last blank line before the shaded bar.
Step 3 – Deliver The Upholstery Job’s Invoice Number
The reference number used by the Upholstery Company to follow the payment status of the furniture that was repaired or sold must be produced as a report on the “Invoice #” line in the dividing bar. Notice that the divider continues to the right with an additional blank line requesting information. You must report the official “Date” of effect for the invoice number you recorded on this line.
Step 4 – Produce The Upholstery Client Identity
The Upholstery Client whose payment is being sought must be identified to this role by recording his or “Name” under the bold text “Bill To.” Once the Upholstery Client has been named, furnish the billing address as a “Street Address” and “City, State, Country” on the next two lines. The postal code assigned to the Upholstery Client address should also be produced. Define this on the “Zip Code” line.
Step 5 – Furnish A Detail Of The Billable Upholstery Products And Services
The main topic of this paperwork must now be discussed so that payment can be requested. Notice that a basic two-column table is placed at the center stage of this invoice. The first field of this table expects a basic account of what was done for the Upholstery Client that requires payment. Typically, a report on the piece of furniture that was worked on or sold will be presented along with some details such as the dates of labor and billable supplies used for the upholstery or the manufacturer’s information identifying the furniture being purchased.
Step 6 – Document The Upholstery Costs To The Customer
The price(s) of the upholstery provided or furniture sold must be furnished as the content of the second column (“Amount”). You may list as many dollar values as necessary to price the items on the left or you may record one sum. The next field down, labeled with the term “Subtotal” is a courtesy report for the Upholstery Customer. Add all the upholstery prices reported above as a single sum by adding them together then entering the result in this field. Similarly, if only one dollar value was named, re-enter it in this field. Most states will require a sales tax on products that were sold, some will require this on products that were improved, and others may expect a service tax. Look up the “Tax” regulations placed by the local government to apply to the Upholstery Business. Calculate the full amount owed in sales/service taxes then deliver this to the “Tax” field. Notice the final field of this column is in a noticeable font. This field expects the “Total” owed for the upholstering work and products being paid for. This value will be the result of adding the upholstery “Subtotal” to its taxes. Once you have added these figures, report the result as the “Total” owed for the restored or purchased furniture.
Step 7 – Inform The Upholstery Customer Of Any Time Limit To Pay This Bill
The length of time the Upholstery Company will give its Client to submit payment can be summed up in the statement presented below the table (“Payment Is Due…”). The space of this sentence expects this length of time to be reported as a matter of “Days.”
Step 8 – An Optional Upholstery Comments Section May Be Used
The final area of this paperwork allows for additional relevant content that has thus been unaddressed to be included with this invoice. All such material may be submitted on the blank lines following the words “Comments Or Special Instructions”
How to Write in MS Excel
Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)
Step 1 – Obtain Your Upholstery Invoice As A Spreadsheet
The Excel template on this page is set to bill Upholstery Customers for repairs or products requiring payment. This spreadsheet can be downloaded directly from this site using the “Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)” link above or the “Excel” button visible in the caption area of the template preview.
Step 2 – Present The Identity Of The Upholstery Company With Its Contact Information
Many official correspondences begin with some basic identifications. The first of which is usually that of the Sender. In cell A1, the clipart image label should be deleted then replaced with the Upholstery Business’s logo. The legal “Company Name” of the Upholstery Business is column A’s next request. Thus, furnish the Upholstery Business’s “Company Name” in cell A2. The full mailing address of the Upholstery Business must now be discussed. Beginning with cell A3 report the identity of the Upholstery Business Representative seeking payment in place of the word “Name.” Next, replace the phrase “Street Address” in cell A4 with that of the Upholstery Business, the label “City, State, Country” in cell A5 with the Upholstery’s information, and the “Zip Code” label with the postal code of the Upholstery Business’ address in cell A6. The “E-Mail” address the Upholstery Business wishes its Clientele to use for contact is the next topic. Enter it in cell A7. This header concludes with a presentation of the telephone number that should be used to call the Upholstery Business. Supply this content to cell A8.
Step 3 – Inform The Upholstery Customer Of This Document’s Reference Material
Notice that some additional material is displayed to the right of the Upholstery Business’s contact information. This area is set to identify the invoice being handled with your record of this filing number in cell F4. The official “Date” when the Upholster Company requests payment through this spreadsheet is displayed as the current one in cell H4. This information may be edited to a different month, day, or year at your discretion however it is strongly recommended that you use either the current day or a future “Date.”
Step 4 – Name The Upholstery Customer Obligated To Pay This Invoice
Next, seek out the bold words “Bill To” in the first column of this sheet. The series of cells following these words require the billing information the Upholstery Customer has indicated should be used for this paperwork. Locate these records, then produce the Upholster Customer’s full “Name” in cell A11. Cells A12 and A13 must have their contents (“Street Address” and “City, State, Country”) with the first and second lines in the Upholstery Customer’s address. Note, the postal code for this entity’s address is requested as a separate entry in cell A14. Define the Upholstery Customer’s address with these cells.
Step 5 – Discuss The Upholstery Job Requiring Payment
The upholstering job will need to be detailed for the Customer before requesting its payment. Cell A17, in the invoice table, is reserved for the dates when the upholstering was performed along with the furniture that was worked on and billable supplies. If this invoice concerns a sale of furniture, then make sure to include the manufacturer’s product description.
Step 6 – Account For The Price Of The Upholstery
Cell H17 is reserved as a reporting area for the “Amount” that is owed for the job performed and the products/supplies being billed. Price the upholstery services (and products) in cell H17 by listing all required costs separately or by adding them to one sum then entering this as the “Amount” owed. The “Subtotal” of the upholstery project or sale is a summary of the information you entered in “Amount.” Thus, either produce the sum of all upholstery costs or re-enter the “Amount” owed as the upholstery project’s “Subtotal.” The taxes owed for the upholstery project depend upon the local “Tax” regulations. It is up to the Upholstery Business issuing this paperwork to remain up-to-date on any requirements placed, to calculate the full amount of sales/service taxes owed, and to report this “Tax” amount as a dollar value in cell H19. The final requirement will be to add the upholstering project’s “Subtotal” to the applicable taxes. Produce the resulting numeral as the “Total” in cell H20 as the dollar amount owed for the upholstery project being billed.
Step 7 – Impose A Deadline On The Upholstery Project Payment
Cell A21 of this invoice presents a statement declaring that “Payment Is Due” for the upholstery project within a given number of “Days.” Delete the object “[#]” and replace it with this number.
Step 8 – Continue With More Material Regarding The Upholstery Project Or Payment
In some cases, the Upholstery Business may with to provide care instructions for the furniture, instructions for payment, or handle other topics. Cell A22 (“Comments Or Special Instructions”) supplies an optional area that can be used to deliver such material from the Upholstery Business to its Customer.