The average weight of a regulation pool table is between 650 and 900 pounds, depending on the size and model. The weight is contingent upon a variety of features, such as cushions, table frame, type of cloth and pockets.Continue Reading
A pool table's weight is relative to the hardware and materials that go into its design. Most of a table's weight is contained in its slate bed playing surface. Smaller tables generally use one or two pieces of slate, while larger, tournament-sized tables typically use three.
Tables that are designed for the home market are known to have thinner, lighter slate beds. Some inexpensive recreational pool tables use non-slate playing surfaces, like plastic sheets layered over particle board.Learn more about Hobbies & Games
Begin setting up a pool table for a game of eight-ball by placing a corner of the rack, or triangle, on the dot at one end of the table. The other corners should be parallel with the nearest short end of the table. Next, place the solid-colored yellow one-ball in the top corner over the dot.Full Answer >
To rent a pool table, as of 2015, go to the website of a company that offers event supplies, such as WOW Entertainment or Amusement Masters, navigate to the rental pool tables and request a quote. WOW Events and Amusement Masters both offer pool table rentals nationwide, but local options that service a specific area are also available.Full Answer >
Level a 7-foot pool table with adjustable legs by twisting the feet until the table is lowered or raised as needed. Place thin wood shims under the feet to level a pool table without adjustable legs.Full Answer >
To install felt on a pool table, remove the pool table rails, staple or glue one side of the felt in place, stretch the felt, and attach the other edges. Then, cut out the pocket holes, and affix the felt inside of the pocket holes. If felt is also needed on the cushion rails, then remove the feather strips on the rails, stretch new felt around the cushion, and tap it into the feather strip grooves.Full Answer >