Estimates and Invoices

Estimates vs. Invoices

At MH Williams Construction Group, we’ve been providing commercial construction in Florida since 1987. We work with large companies from start to finish as a full-service construction solution. We go from design work to building and managing each project with the utmost attention. If you’ve never been involved with commercial construction contractors before, you may have some questions about the process. One of those questions could be about invoices and estimates. There are quite a few differences between the two. One is part of pre-construction services and the other is billing. Let’s explore how estimates and invoices work for commercial construction when you use our services at MH Williams Construction Group.

What Is an Estimate?

An estimate is the one that is a part of pre-construction services. This document tells you what the project will cost. It’s our proposal of services to you, outlining each step and the amount of money it will require. You may go to a few different companies at first to get an idea of cost. Never forget to consider whether or not the commercial construction company has the right experience and expertise.

Our extensive portfolio of projects are available on our website. We serve many industries from hotels to office buildings and retail, just to name a few. As a quality construction company, we’ve worked in so many different industries that our design-build work and construction management are top-notch. Many of the new clients who want to use our services come to us as recommendations from companies we’ve done work with before. When you receive an estimate from us for a commercial construction project, know that the proper thought and planning have gone into it to be as accurate as possible to the final price. The last thing you want is for costs to derail during a project and end up having to spend way more money than you planned on after pre-construction services.

What Is an Invoice?

An invoice is simply a bill for services that we have completed for you. In construction invoicing, this will usually come to you at a set amount of time when the work is completed. It may be after a month, with a monthly invoice, or whatever amount of time that we’ve agreed on to bill you. For the services in commercial construction that we are providing at MH Williams Construction Group. We have a proven track record of success with ethical business practices at the core of our work. This is a commitment to completing projects in the best way possible. It sets us apart from your average commercial builders.

The invoice will detail exactly what has been done, the specific cost for this set of work, the price, and the due date for the expected payment. We make it very easy to understand, so you know exactly what you are paying for at each step of the general contractor commercial construction project.

If you receive an invoice from us and have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Your point person in construction management should be able to sit down with you and answer any concerns you may have. We are totally transparent in our pricing and there shouldn’t be any surprises.

Be Confident in Our Commercial Construction Expertise at MH Williams

Knowledge of invoices and estimates is an important part of the process in any construction project. At MH Williams Construction Group, we’ll partner with you to make sure that your project goes on without a hitch. We are more than happy to make sure that you understand all parts of the project. You will know what you’re getting from the start so we can ensure the project is completed to your satisfaction.