Painting Invoice Template

Download the painting invoice template to request payment for most any type of painting service such as painting walls, baseboards, or completing priming jobs. You can also include charges for paint and other materials used. Describe the services and materials accurately and save a copy of each invoice.

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

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

Step 2 – Write the date of the invoice and the invoice number at the top.

Step 3 – Next, enter the customer’s name and contact information in the left table, including address and phone numbers. Enter your name, business address, and phone number in the right table.

Step 4 – Description of Work – Enter a separate row for each service provided and material used, and include the quantity of each material used and the length of each service provided in the left column. Then enter the total due for each service and type of material in the right column.

Step 5 – Add each figure in the Total column to get the subtotal, and then add any additional fees to get the grand total the client owes. Include the due date at the bottom.

How to Make in Microsoft Excel

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

Step 2 – Enter your company name at the top, followed by its slogan and the invoice date and number at the top of the table.

Step 3 – Contact Information – Fill in your company’s contact information on the left and include website URL, email address, and fax number. Then write the contact information for the client, using either the client’s home address or business address and phone.

Step 4 – Materials – Enter a separate row for each type of material used, including the number of units and cost per unit to the right. This will generate the amount due for each type of item in the right column.

Step 5 – Services – If charging by square feet painted, enter the area painted in the Service Charges field, the cost per a particular square footage, and calculate the total due.

Step 6 – Total – Add the services and materials totals with any applicable tax and sales fees, minus any deposit, to get the grand total the client owes. Specify whom to make checks payable to at the bottom.