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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by Oscapes, Apr 18, 2005.
Does anyone have a sample mulching invoice that I could take a look at?
I have a generic invoice that can be used for any service. I don't see the need to have separate layouts for different things.
Logo at the top, along with customer's name/address, and an invoice date.
In the middel are 3 headings: Services provided - Date of Service - Price
At the bottom is a tear off which the customer mails back with their check. It has the customer's name/address, invoice date, due date, and balance due. There is also a box for them to write in their check # and the amount. That way I don't have to. I just staple the stub to my copy of the invoice and file it.
So, for mulch, just write in under Services provided:
xx yards of Hardwood Mulch installed. - Price = $xxxx
Sometimes I list more things such as materials, delivery, installation, cleanup.
Listing more services helps them better understand all the work that went into your price.....I don't quote them separately, I just use 1 total price. Otherwise poeple start arguing about the little things, and how much each one costs.
Hope this helps.
Can you attach it so I can take a look at it?
Here's a sample that we use to invoice on the spot that covers every service we offer.