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Pool Service Invoice Template

A pool service invoice template is used to request payment for a range of pool services, including pool cleaning, chlorination, and other tasks. Regardless of whether a client hires an individual to clean their pool or a pool-cleaning company, it’s important that the invoice details each service that was completed by the cleaner as well as the charge for each of those services. In some cases, the cleaner may choose to simply charge their customers by the hour, no matter what services were completed. In addition to services, a cleaning company may need to fix or repair a part of the pool, which will require parts/materials; these items should be listed on the invoice. The invoice must include the total amount owed and the date upon which payment must be made so the client can make the necessary arrangements after their pool has been cleaned.

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How to Make in Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word

Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF (.pdf) and Microsoft Word (.doc).

Step 2 – Enter the company name at the top, followed by its address, phone number and fax number. Write the invoice number and date to the right.

Step 3 – Below, write the customer’s name, address, and phone number.

Step 4 – Enter each service performed on a separate row in the table. Include the cost of the service and any materials used to the right, and then enter the total of each row (cost of service plus cost of materials) on the right.

How to Make in Microsoft Excel

Step 1 – Download in Microsoft Excel (.xlsx).

Step 2 – Heading – Write your company’s name, followed by its address, phone, and email/URL. Then enter the invoice number and date. In the Bill To field, write the client’s customer number, name, and contact information.

Step 3 – Job – Describe the job generally here by stating the main tasks performed. Then in the small table below, include the terms of the job, the due date of payment, and the sales rep involved.

Step 4 – Description – Describe each service or part used on a different line, and enter the quantity and price for each unit to the right. For example “filters, 4, $7,” which would result in a total cost of $28. Each figure in the right column will combine to give you a subtotal, and you can apply tax to this to get the grand total.

Step 5 – Complete the payment details below upon receipt of the payment.