Construction Invoice

A Construction Invoice is a document that is sent to a customer to charge for both the labor and materials purchased during a job. The invoice can be used in both commercial and residential sectors and can be used to give the buyer a rough quote of what to expect to pay as well as an official request of payment once the work is completed.

Look below for a how-to on completing the Construction Invoice in both our PDF and Word formats.

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Included in the Construction Invoice

  • Areas to specify both the seller and buyer’s contact information
  • Tables for labor and product expenses
  • Spot for specifying the invoice due date
  • Comment box for special requests and payment details

How to Write in PDF and Word

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

Step 2 – At the top of the document, enter the Name of the company and the company contact details.

Step 3 – For the ‘Bill To’ area, enter the Invoice Number, the Date (that the invoice will be issued or when the work is completed), the Customer ID, the Name of the individual being billed, and their Address.

Step 4 – In the Products area, enter the number of items purchased to complete the job, a brief description of each, the price per item, and the total amount per type of product purchased. Repeat this for all of the items needed during the project

Step 5 – For the Labor section, start by entering the number of hours worked during each task, a short description of the task, the hourly rate for each job, followed by the total cost of each task in the ‘Amount’ column. Then total up the ‘Amount’ column for both Products and Labor, add any Sales Tax, and put the resulting value into the ‘TOTAL’ field.

Step 6 – Enter any comments or instructions into the text box, such as accepted payments or job notes, then enter the number of days until the invoice is due.