Download the pest control invoice template to request payment from customers for any type of pest control service. This can include termite removal, setting up traps for mice, or bug-proofing. These invoices let you keep track of materials you use as well as the services provided.
Pest Control Work Order – To price or estimate a fumigation.
How to Make in Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word
Step 2 – At the top, write your company’s name, address, phone number, and website. Below this, enter the invoice date, number, service date, and so forth, including warranty if there is one.
Step 3 – Bill To – Enter the customer’s name and contact information, and enter the address where the service was performed to the right with the associated phone number.
Step 4 – Service Description – In the first table, enter each service performed on a separate row, with the quantity to the left and the price to the right, then multiply to reach the total for that service in the amount column.
Step 5 – Products Used – Use a separate row to indicate each different product used, such as mouse traps or insecticide, including the target (e.g., rats), the area where used, and the cost in the right column. Add up each figure in the right columns of both tables to reach the subtotal. Add any tax to get the grand total, and apply any payments the customer has already made to get the balance due.
Step 6 – Include the name of the technician who performed the service and his or her license number.
How to Make in Microsoft Excel
Step 1 – Download in Microsoft Excel (.xls).
Step 2 – Begin by entering your company’s name at the top followed by your slogan, and then enter you contact information below.
Step 3 – To the right, fill in the invoice date and number, the type of area serviced, and the name and contact information for where to send the bill.
Step 4 – Table – Enter each type of material used and each type of service performed on separate rows. Then enter the amount each row cost in the right column. Multiply number of units used or hours of work done by the cost of each unit or hour of work to reach the totals. The figures in the amount column will add to give you the subtotal. Apply any tax or other charges to get the grand total. Finally, indicate whom to make checks payable to at the left.