Painting Invoice

A Painting Invoice is used by professional and part-time painters to charge their clients for the time spent painting and the products used during the job. The invoice can be used to request payment for a wide range of painting services, including commercial properties, residential homes, touch-ups, decks, and many more. It can also be used for services other than painting, including power washing, drywall repair, wallpaper installation, and staining. To complete the invoice in either PDF or Word, check out the how-to below.


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How to Write in PDF & Word

Step 1 – To start, download the Painting Invoice in either Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word.

Step 2 – Start by entering the Invoice Number in the top-right of the document.

Step 3 – Next, enter the Name of the painting company (or leave blank if independent contractor), the Company Address and Contact Information, the Client’s Name, Address, Phone Number, and Email.

Step 4 – For the ‘Labor Charge’ table, enter a brief Description of what was painted, the number of Hours the job took in total, the Hourly Rate, and the total Labor Cost. If there were any other costs related to the labor, enter them into the ‘OTHER‘ field. Add the ‘OTHER’ field to the ‘TOTAL’ cell and enter the value into the ‘TOTAL LABOR‘ field.

Step 5 – In the next section, enter the products and materials used for the job that you would like to be reimbursed for. Start with a brief Description of each material, the Quantity of products used, the Unit Cost for a single item, and enter the full cost of each material type in the ‘Amount’ column. Sum up all the values in the ‘Amount’ column and enter the result into the ‘PRODUCT TOTAL’ field. Then, add the ‘TOTAL LABOR’ field to the ‘PRODUCT TOTAL’ field to calculate the ‘TOTAL‘ invoice amount.

Step 6 – For the ‘Issued Date‘ field, enter the date you will be giving the invoice to the customer. Then, to the right, enter the Date that the invoice will be due by.

Step 7 – Finally, enter any notes or instructions for the customer. This can include payment instructions, corrections to the listed expenses, or a personal thank-you to the customer for choosing your service.