After performing priming jobs, painting baseboards and walls, and doing any kind of painting service, you can request payment from your client conveniently by downloading the painting estimate template. You can provide accurate information on the materials used, services rendered and associated fees. Don’t forget to have a copy of every invoice you issue.
Painting Contractor Estimate Template – How to Create in PDF and Microsoft Word formats
Step 1 – Get the painting contract template downloaded in its Adobe PDF (.pdf) or Microsoft Word (.doc) formats.
Step 2 – The top portion is where you indicate the invoice date and number.
Step 3 – The left table is for providing the customer’s name, address, and phone/fax numbers. On the right table, enter the contact details of the service provider such as name, phone number, and business address.
Step 4 – On the table for Description of Work, each material used and service rendered have a separate row. A left column is also allocated to indicate how long each service is provided and how many materials are used (for each type). Meanwhile, the figures in the right column match the total cost for each type of material and service.
Step 5 – Determine the subtotal by adding all the figures in the Total column. On the other hand, adding the subtotal with the extra fees gives you the grand total. End the painting estimate form with the due date of the payment.
How to Make an Invoice for Painter and Decorator Services
Step 1 – Download the Microsoft Excel (.xls) format of the invoice template.
Step 2 – Fill the top part of the Excel painting invoice form with the name and slogan of the company. To the right, indicate the invoice date and number.
Step 3 – The following section is allocated for the respective contact information of the company and the client. For the company, website URL, fax number, and email address are required. For the client, phone number, home address, and business address are needed.
Step 4 – On the table, indicate each type of material used in the service on a separate row. Match each one with its unit cost and number of units, and then multiply them to determine how much each type of item cost to the right column.
Step 5 – If the service charges are based on the area painted (sq. ft.), enter how much each particular square footage costs and the area painted in the field for Service Charges. Use the two variables to determine the total due.
Step 6 – Apply the associated taxes and sales fees to the subtotal and subtract the deposited amounts (if there is any) to come up with the grand total. At the bottom of the form of the painting invoice, indicate who will receive the payment in check.