Construction Invoice Template

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Construction InvoiceWhen doing construction you want to make sure that everything is set from the beginning. That said, the construction business is very dynamic so you can’t really guarantee anything.

Things can change dramatically as projects move along. So the best thing to do is let your client know about any changes in costs that may occur. For most clients, it’s an understandable fact that cost of materials or service maybe varies but there are always customers who are just not reasonable.

Since in this business, the charge is usually in the thousands, make things crystal clear for any parties involved. A common mistake that construction service providers make is they tend to not separate labor costs in their invoice. This is one of the biggest hurdles that you can create for yourself.

As down the line, it can come back to bite you in you know what. An example of this would be your client or customer being unsatisfied with your drywall construction. If you combined the costs, they can easily not pay. Which can be a bad experience for both parties involved.

 

Here are some other types of invoices that are also used in the construction industry.


Labor Costs Invoice

As mentioned earlier, always bill your client separately on this. Late or no payment here can really hurt your cash flow and especially the workers involved.


Building Materials Invoice

Another big one. Are you using stucco? Marble, wood? Layout the materials in great detail. Most clients understand costs always increase during construction but to be on the safe side, have a real discussion with your clients and show the breakdown of all the materials involved in your invoice as well.


Blank Construction Invoice

Use this as your ‘All-in Rate’ invoice. Here you just need to list what you are charging for whether it’s for your client or for an architect of record.


Parts and Labor Invoice

In practically all cases, if there is one thing that is royally miscalculated, it’s the expenses that occur whenever parts and labor are involved. Whether you are charging someone for batter or blocking, just make sure your client is aware that things aka price can change. It’s just part of the game.


Contract Labor Invoice

In practically all cases, if there is one thing that is royally miscalculated, it’s the expenses that occur whenever parts and labor are involved. Whether you are charging someone for batter or blocking, just make sure your client is aware that things aka price can change. It’s just part of the game.


Time and Materials Invoice

Do you already know the costs involved and how much material you need to pre-order? Then this time and materials invoice may just be right for you. Easily layout what you want to charge for and look professional at the same time. This invoice is printable as well. Just like the others here.

As you can see, these may be the popular types of construction invoice templates at the moment but it all depends on what your work or job site requires. One thing we can’t stress enough is always make sure your parts and labor section are separated completely. Better yet, make sure your client knows he or she is paying for both.


FAQ

What is a construction invoice template?

A construction invoice template is used by contractors, laborers, real estate agents and more.

What are the most common things in a construction invoice template?

Two things, parts, and labor.

Who releases a construction invoice?

A construction invoice can be released by the foreman, a realtor and anyone involved with the construction business.

Do I have to show taxes on a construction invoice?

This really depends on the work and state/province that you may be in. In most cases, yes. It’s always a good idea to show your taxes so you can calculate them easily at the end of the year.