Plumbing is not easy for those who do not have the skills in water works or home maintenance. Hence, when the faucet drips or there is a tap leaking in the washroom, you will need to engage the services of a plumber.
Plumber services may be quite expensive depending on the complexity of the job. Sometimes, a drip is not just a tightening of the screw or bolt; it could involve the whole sink and water system, depending on the wear and tear of the water system.
Hence, not only service is chargeable, there may be new parts to be changed in the plumbing system. Sometimes, the plumber may allow the homeowner to purchase the necessary items personally to allow service charge but if the owner is not well versed with the plumbing items, wrong purchases will lead to a delay of repairs and further inconvenience.
Hence, a plumbing invoice template would contain the following information:
* Company Name & Logo
* Company Address & Contact
* Client’s Name & Address
* Client’s Contact Information
* Invoice Number
* Billing Date
* Description of service
* Date of Completion
The client is usually given the plumbing invoice upon completion of the repairs. A home service would usually make cash payments unless the job has been identified as large and alternative payment terms have been discussed and agreed.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.