How to create landscaping or lawn maintenance invoices.
Learn how to easily create a landscaping or lawn maintenance invoice and what necessary line items should be in every standard invoice.
Your landscaping business may be about creativity and design but that doesn't mean you aren’t taking care of business at the same time. Custom branded landscaping and gardening invoices can help to get you paid faster. Read on to learn how.
Two ways to make an invoice for landscaping.
The first is to create a simple editable document. With a quick online search, you can find free downloads for gardening invoice templates to use in Word or if you prefer, landscaping invoices to use in Excel. When setting up your invoice for the first time, you can save your document as a blank template for use in the future. And before sending, you can easily convert the document or spreadsheet to a safe, read-only PDF.
The second method involves using accounting software. This allows you to easily generate invoices, save client information, and attach your banking details for prompt payment.
What to include in a lawn maintenance invoice.
Just like a beautifully maintained lawn or garden, having a well-designed, easy-to-read invoice makes a good impression on your clients. Give clear and concise information to help get paid promptly. Here are some essentials to include:
- Company name and contact details
- Client name and contact details
- Date of invoice and invoice number
- Itemized list of services, including materials or supplies needed
- Rate for services, either hourly or project-based
- Any tax, discounts, and fees as applicable
- Total amount due and due date
- Payment options
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