Plumbing Invoice

Plumbing Invoice gives plumbers a means for charging for both their time on an hourly basis and the materials or parts required to complete the job. The invoice can also be used for non-hourly charging for plumbers that want to charge an overall amount for fixing a clogged drain or other general service or repair. Charging with an invoice benefits plumbers in many ways. It increases accounting organization for the plumber, allowing end-of-year taxes to be filed more efficiently, it increases client trust, as they are clear on what they are being charged and why, and it gives customers an easy way get back in touch if they require additional services.

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How to Write in PDF & Word

Follow Steps 1 through 7 below to complete our Plumbing Invoice.

Step 1 – Download

Download the Plumbing Invoice in either Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word.

Step 2 – Company Info

Enter the following at the top of the document:

  • Name of the company
  • Full Company Address
  • The Company Phone Number
  • Company Email
  • Company Website

Step 3 – Client Info

In the next section, enter the following information regarding the client:

  • Invoice Number
  • The Date the Invoice will be issued
  • The Customer ID (If applicable)
  • The Customer’s Full Name
  • Customer Address
  • The Customer’s Phone Number

Step 4 – Parts Used

In this section, enter all of the materials or parts that needed to be purchased for the job. If you purchased a tool that can be used for another job, do not include this here. Enter the following:

  • Quantity – the number of the item or material purchased
  • A brief Description of each part
  • The Unit Cost of each item
  • Multiply the Quantity by the Unit Cost to calculate the Amount Column
  • Sum up the Amount column and enter the result into the Total Parts cell

Step 5 – Labor Costs

Next, you will enter the cost of the labor involved with the service(s). Enter the following:

  • The number of Hours each service took to complete
  • A short Description of each service
  • The Hourly Rate of each job
  • Calculate the Amount column by multiplying the Hourly Rate by the number of Hours
  • Enter the value for the summed Amount column into the Total Labor cell

Step 6 – Totals

In this step, enter/calculate the following:

  • To get the Subtotal, sum the Total Parts and Total Labor cells
  • Add on any Sales Tax to the Subtotal
  • Enter the resulting amount into the TOTAL cell

Step 7 – Notes and Payment Terms

Finally, enter the following at the bottom of the document:

  • The number of Days the full invoice amount will be due
  • Any Comments or Instructions for the client