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Pool Tables

Choosing a pool table for your home requires research and careful consideration.  There are many designs, sizes, constructions, materials, and finishes to choose from.  Finding the right table for your family is an important decision as it reflects your family’s individual taste and style.Franklin Billiard Company offers our customers some of the most distinctive, well constructed pool tables manufactured in the industry today.  Whether you are looking for a pool table for the kid’s game room, or you are looking for an elegant furniture piece to enhance your home décor, Franklin Billiard Company has what you are looking for!

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C.L. BAILEY
CONNELLY

OLHAUSEN BILLIARDS

PORTER AND SONS

PRESIDENTIAL BILLIARD TABLES

 

An example. You have a room with an available area measuring 16 feet 8 inches by 14 feet. This is 200 inches long by 168 inches wide. We know the length of our cue is 58 inches for each side of the pool table, or 116 inches, so the room length, 200 inches minus 116 cue inches equals 84 inches for allowed for the length of the pool table. The width of the room at 168 inches minus twice the cue length, 116 inches equals 52 inches allowed for the width of the pool table.Your space can fit a pool table 84 inches long and 52 inches wide. Standard pool table sizes are 7 foot, 8 foot, 8 1/2 foot and 9 foot long. Your space would best fit a 7 foot table.

How to determine what size pool table you need

The first thing to consider when thinking about creating a pool room is the space. You need enough space to allow for players to shoot from all sides of the pool table. Here we help you consider what size room is needed for different sized pool tables.A standard sized pool table refers to a 4 1/2 foot by 9 foot table. It requires a much larger room than a 7 foot table as shown in the chart below. Standard 2 piece cues measure 58 inches in length. The pool room size needed then is the length of the pool table plus 2 times the length of the cue and the width of the pool table plus 2 times the length of the cue.

An example. You have a room with an available area measuring 16 feet 8 inches by 14 feet. This is 200 inches long by 168 inches wide. We know the length of our cue is 58 inches for each side of the pool table, or 116 inches, so the room length, 200 inches minus 116 cue inches equals 84 inches for allowed for the length of the pool table. The width of the room at 168 inches minus twice the cue length, 116 inches equals 52 inches allowed for the width of the pool table.Your space can fit a pool table 84 inches long and 52 inches wide. Standard pool table sizes are 7 foot, 8 foot, 8 1/2 foot and 9 foot long. Your space would best fit a 7 foot table.

Franklin Billiard Company

500 N Monroe St,

Pacific, MO 63069

Phone. 636-271-4548