How to create an invoice for painting.
Make a digital painting invoice template that’s easy to fill in and send. Learn how to upload your company’s logo, collect payment online, and more.
Residential, commercial, portrait — no matter what kind of painter you are, you’ll need to send an invoice or two. With convenient payment integrations and a custom invoice template, you can quickly send invoices to customers from nearly any device, and from anywhere in the world. Include job details, hours billed, and more to thoroughly document your hard work.
Set up your painting invoice.
Whether you’re a commercial or part-time painter, your invoice is an important part of your business. First, you’ll need to get your painting invoice template set up by following the steps below.
- Create new templates with easy-to-use digital solutions like Adobe Sign
- Upload an existing invoice file from your work or personal computer
- Add additional fields to your painting invoice template
Remember to include important information such as an invoice number, contact information for your business and the customer, and a description of services rendered and materials used.
Sending a painting invoice.
After you’ve created and reviewed your painting invoice template, it’s ready to send. With online payment systems like PayPal and others, your customers can sign and pay with the click of a button from nearly any device and any location. To send your invoice for customers to sign and pay:
- Drag and drop a payment field into your invoice (if you haven’t already)
- Assign payment to the correct recipient (i.e. the customer)
- Email your securely encrypted invoice
To keep track of paid invoices, simply check the document’s history to view transaction IDs, the date and time payment was received, and more.
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