Setting Up a Pool Table And Choosing The Right Supplier

You also want to look for a good selection of products. Many pool tables suppliers will only have tables and not accessories like chalk, racks, and sticks. The last major point to check for is cost. You will want to check with multiple suppliers to see that you are getting the best price for your items.

Once you find a good supplier with quality items at affordable prices, the next step is setting up your table. The best way to set up your pool table is to have a professional do it for you, but that isn’t always an option. If you need to do it yourself, the first step is going to be assembling the frame. After assembling the frame, you will want to place it upside down on the floor where you want it to be when completed. While the frame is on the floor, begin to attach the legs. Start by placing the legs in the brackets on each corner and loosely put on the washers and bolts. When they are steady enough, flip the table and begin to tighten the bolts when you have the legs positioned where you would like them.

After the table is assembled, you will want to make sure there is enough space on each side to manoeuvre and play properly. The ideal place for the table will be in the center of the room, as this will most likely ensure plenty of room. If this is not possible, you will need to measure from the closest wall. A good rule is to have about 60 inches of space from the wall to the edge of the table. Make sure to measure on both ends of the table to get the table squared off the wall.

Once the legs are attached and the table is in place, it is time to put on the slate. If you have a 3-piece slate table, you will easily be able to tell which piece goes where. It is easiest to start with placing the center piece in position and measuring from each end to get it even. Once the middle is in place, sliding each end piece into place will be quick and easy. The next step is to level the slate of the table using shims. After the slate is levelled, use beeswax to smooth out the seams and finish up by adding felt to the slate. Now you are ready for a nice game of pool.

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