Why is it good to have an Invoice Summary

An Invoice Summary has three sections and many benefits when it is added to your invoice package.
The first section on the Invoice Summary is the All Areas Dimensions. This gives you the total overall dimensions of the affected areas. It also gives you the total affected dimensions of the affected areas. All of these dimensions are calculated automatically. For example, if you have five affected areas you are working on. This will tell you the total overall and affected dimensions of all five affected areas.
The second section on the Invoice Summary is the Item Description Totals. This will list all item descriptions with Qty or Units, UOM, Tax, O&P and Total prices that were in all affected areas for that job. For example, if you have an item description Carpet pad removal - wet non-salvageable, category 3, tear-out & bag for disposal in all five affected areas. The Qty or Units, Tax, O&P and Total price will be calculated automatically. So this will tell you how much total carpet pad was removed from the entire job.
The third section on the Invoice Summary is the Recap. This will list all the affected areas with their total price and percentage of the job.
The biggest benefit of having an Invoice Summary is the construction side of the job. All your Item Description Totals are calculated automatically for you. This tells you what and how much materials need to be replaced at the job. Restoration, remediation, insurance adjusters, construction and even carpet cleaning companies love that the program makes their jobs easier by giving them this important information.