When purchasing a pool table, the room’s approximate size should be considered. When buying a billiard table for their home, many people overlook this crucial question: Will it fit in the room?
If the pool table installer arrives at the job site and discovers that an 8-foot table is a 9-foot table, it could significantly complicate the task and, in most cases, alter the price of a move. You should ensure that when you call us, you know the table’s size. For example, pricing for service or repair will be set for an 8-foot table.
Pre-cut billiard felt is the industry standard when recovering a pool table.
We may not even have the correct cloth size to complete your job if we encounter a 9-foot table while servicing an 8-foot table, which could result in additional travel costs.
When determining the size of your home’s pool table room, knowing that the size is critical to the job’s success is helpful.
Pool table room size recommended room dimensions
7′ x 3 ½’ – 7 foot pool table needs roughly 17′ x 13½’
8′ x 4′ – 8 foot pool table needs roughly 18′ x 14′
9′ x 4 ½’ – 9 foot pool table needs roughly 19′ X 14½’
Measure from the tip of the bumper to the tip of the bumper across the width of your pool table to find your table size. You can find the pool table room size required by determining what size your pool table is.
This is especially important when calling for pricing, refelting, or moving because this will change the pricing on both services.