Construction Invoice Template

Download the construction invoice template that may be used for any builder, contractor, carpenter, mason, plasterer, welder, and any other type of trade or laborer. The form is used to write down an estimate for a proposed project and to detail the actual costs after it has been completed. Typically a portion of the total amount of the construction project is provided up-front by the purchaser with the final amount, along with any overages, added to the bill at the end of the session.

How to Write in Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word (.doc)

Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF (.pdf) and Microsoft Word (.doc).

Step 2 – In the top-left box enter the company’s: name, address, fax number, phone number, and email.

Step 3 – In the top-right box enter the invoice: number, reference, and date.

Step 4 – Input the customer/client name and the billing period.

Step 5 – The calculations of the invoice may begin with the any and all items that were ordered (including quantity and price per unit) along with the labor hours, labor rate per hours ($/hr), and the line item amount. In the bottom you will be able to add-up the sub-total, profit and overheads, total taxable amount, sales tax percentage (%), other levies, and the total amount.

How to Make in Excel

Step 1 – Download in Microsoft Excel (.xls).

Step 2 – In the header area enter the company name and slogan. On the right side you can enter the details about the invoice including the page number, date, date of expiry, invoice number (#), and the customer id number (#).

Step 3 – Write from the party the bill is coming from including the name, company, street address, city, state, zip code, and telephone.

Step 4 – On the right side enter the name of the customer to where the bill is being sent including their name, company, street address, city, state, zip code, and telephone.

Step 5 – Enter the Estimations and Costs for up to six (6) items.

Step 6 – Additional Expenses – Write any reasons such as inclement weather, unexpected charges, item defects, etc.

Step 7 – Calculate all the products used including the labor for installing. Add any sales taxes and calculate all items including insurance. The final bill is what will be sent to the customer.

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