Pool Table Room Sizes
Recommended pool table room sizes based on pool table sizes
If you’re thinking about buying a pool table or if you already have one in pieces and are looking for a professional pool table setup service. Please consider the dimensions of the room where you want it installed. We have listed the approximate pool table sizes to help you out when buying a table or deciding which room to have it installed considering you use a standard 58” cue stick.
Another thing you have to consider is the furniture you already have in the room or the furniture you plan to put in the game room in the near future. This is very important because you need to have enough room actually to play the game. Also, when the pool table setup is already complete, and you happen to need the table moved even for just a few inches, the table will have to be taken apart to properly relocate it.
We have a highly experienced team of pool table movers, we have been taking good care of pool table moves, installations, and repairs for many years, so we can definitely help you verify if the pool table you’re interested in will fit in the room, please measure the room dimensions, you may also use the chart we have put together for your convenience. Give us a call if you have any questions.
The dimensions of your game room will determine the size of the pool table you can purchase to enjoy a comfortable playing experience. If you’re interested in a used pool table, be sure to ask the seller for the pool table dimensions, specifically the playing surface area. This is the true size of the pool table, and it helps to figure out the appropriate pool table room size and also the right cut of the pool table cloth to properly take care of the pool table refelting during assembly.
Why it’s essential to know the pool table sizes and game room dimensions?
You want to make sure that when you call us, you know the size of the table; for an 8-foot table, for example, pricing for service or repair will be set should the pool table installer arrive at the job and find that an 8-foot table is a 9-foot table it could complicate the job and in most cases will change the price of a moving job.
If the pool table turns out to be a different size, this could complicate the job for the professional pool table installers because the table may not fit in the room, and also, the cut of felt may not cover the entire table. In most cases, this will change the price of the service, whether it is a complete move or only the pool table installations.
The industry norm is supplied, pre-cut pool table felt for the refelting service. 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.
When recovering a pool table, the industry norm is supplied, pre-cut billiard felt.
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 essential for a successful job, and it’s super handy to know when checking the pool table room size in your home.
Pool table sizes chart put together for your convenience
Here are approximate pool table room sizes to consider when buying a pool table. Many people don’t consider this very important
question when purchasing a billiard table for their home, will it fit in the room?
Please consider that this is assuming you use a standard 58” cue stick.
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.