Pest Control Invoice

Pest Control Invoice is a document used by those that provide services to remove or kill insects or small animals from residential homes and commercial properties. Invoicing for Pest Control services requires recording the locations of where the pests were located, the treatment used to rid the pest(s), the application rate of the chemical(s), the cost of each treatment (amount of chemicals or number of traps used), and the total labor costs involved with the job. In addition to the above, our Invoice also includes sections for both the company and client’s contact information and areas to inform the client when the payment will be due.

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How to Write in PDF and Word

Step 1 – Download

Download the Pest Control Invoice in either Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word.

Step 2 – Company Information

Beginning at the top of the document, enter the following information regarding the company:

  • Company Name
  • Company Phone
  • Full Company Address
  • Company Website Address
  • Company Contact Email

Step 3 – Client & Due Date Info

Next, enter the following information regarding the client, as well as the terms of the invoice:

  • Invoice Number
  • Issue Date (When the Client receives the Invoice)
  • Due Date (The Date the Invoice must be paid by)
  • The Client’s Full Name
  • Client Phone Number
  • Address

(Note: if utilizing the PDF version, ignore the ‘Invoice Total’ box to the right – it will fill on its own)

Step 4 – Pest Treatment Info

Below the client’s infobox, enter the following details regarding the treatment of the pest:

  • Name of the Pest(s) Treated
  • How you Treated (killed/removed) the Pests
  • The Application Rate of the pesticide used (if applicable)
  • Target Area(s) – or where the treatment was applied
  • Any Post-Application Notes regarding the job

Step 5 – Chemicals / Traps Purchased

For the items or chemicals used that you would like to charge the client, enter them as follows:

  • A short Description of each chemical
  • The Quantity (amount or units purchased)
  • EPA # (if not listing a chemical, ignore this field)
  • Unit Price per item or chemical used
  • Multiply the Unit Price by the Quantity to calculate the Material Total

Step 6 – Labor & Totals

In the second table, list the services that you are charging the client as follows:

  • Brief Description of each Service
  • Number of Hours each service took
  • The Hourly Rate for each service
  • Calculate the Amount by multiplying the number Hours by the Hourly Rate
  • Sum the Amount column to calculate Labor Total
  • Sum Labor Total and Material Total for the Subtotal
  • Add on any Sales Tax to the Subtotal to find the TOTAL

Step 7 – Finishing up

To finish the invoice, enter the following:

  • Number of Days the customer has to pay invoice total (the difference between Issued and Due Date)
  • Comments or Instructions for the client (payment instructions/corrections to listed amount)