It’s those special projects and occasional jobs when you are the subcontractor that you need a standard work order process. It’s where questions, inconsistencies, and mistakes can happen.
You certainly want to avoid redoing any work due to a wrong instructions on a work order!
That’s why we created a series of work order templates you can use to help create a solid work order process for your company.
Reduce work order errors and build a solid process for your business at the same time:
We recommend you save the template so you can get at it anytime, then make a new copy for each new work order you do. After a few work orders, you’ll have a solid list of work orders you can refer back to when you have new work that comes your way. The best part is you can skip the file cabinet and printed copies.
Better yet, you can easily share your work order with others if you use the Google Docs or Evernote options. We added these because we know some of you use those online file sharing services.
If you have a repeatable work order process, it helps everyone you interact with and ultimately can make your business a little more efficient.
We talked over the work order process with dozens of contractor business owners, and the work order templates on our site are the result of that. They wanted something clear and easy to use, so we kept things simple. The templates are in multiple formats, so you can choose which one will work best for your company. Modify them however you want, and let us know if we should change our versions in any way.
Is there a format you want that we didn’t post? Let me know and I’ll get that up on the site.Get Free Work Order Templates
Try out the Work Order templates and let me know how they work for you.