Our pool tables are the most exceptionally well made and beautiful tables in the world because the ground-breaking designers and expert craftsmen utilize the finest materials and most innovative techniques to build every one. Our Contender line of tables is designed to provide excellent playability with a sophisticated look at an affordable price.
The length of a “Regulation Standard 8ft” table should be 88 inches long and 44 inches wide. A 9ft Regulation table play field measures 100 inches long and 50 inches wide. Any size table can be considered as “Regulation” if the table’s length and width ratio is 2:1.
The pool room size needed is the length of the pool table plus 2 times the length of the cue and the width of the pool table plus 2 times the length of the cue. Average cue is 58” long. Shorter cue’s are available.
Generally speaking, 8′ tables (8′ x 4′) are considered ‘professional’ size, whereas 7’tables (7′ x 3’6”) are considered ‘bar’ size. Most pool table buyers will opt for the larger size if they have the space available, as the larger table provides a better playing experience.
It’s recommended that you put an area rug under the table that is big enough for all four legs to be on the rug to keep the table from sliding. … Just be sure to make sure that your table has “settled” before leveling
Many people have asked us if we can install their pool tables upstairs. Absolutely. Assuming your room is up to building code standards of course. … With all three pieces of slate on top of the cabinet, we’re talking about over 500 pounds of weight on a standard size pool table.
To avoid interfering with players’ heads, the bottom of the light fixtures should be 30 to 36 inches off the table surface. Since most tables are 29¼ to 31 inches high, the bottoms of hanging lights should be 60 to 66 inches above floor level.
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