Determine proper pool table room sizes
Here are approximate pool table room sizes to take into consideration when buying a pool table. There are three common pool table sizes that should be taken into consideration before buying your pool table or selecting the room that it will be installed in.
Many people don’t consider this very important question when purchasing a billiard table for their home, will it fit in the room? You may get a great pool table service on your table, but if the room size is not appropriate your game will suffer.
You want to make sure that when you call us you know the pool table dimensions, for an 8-foot table for example pricing for service or repair will be set, should the pool table installer arrive to the job and find that an 8-foot table is really a 9-foot table it could really complicate the job and in most cases will change the price of a move job.
When refelting a pool table, the industry norm is supplied, pre-cut billiard felt. Our pool table movers provide a complete refelting and moving service which is guaranteed for an entire 12 months.
If an 8-foot table is expected to be serviced and we encounter a 9-foot table then we may not even have the correct cloth size to finish your job which could also incur additional trip charges.
Pool table size is important for a successful job and it’s super handy to know when checking the pool table room size in your home.
Pool table room recommendations for pool table room sizes by table
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 tip of bumper to tip of 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.