Carman Alfonsi-Owner

When Moving
In order for Precision Billiards and More to properly quote you a great price, plan for the move & ensure a
well-organizedefficient move it is important that we know the size of your pool table. It's simple to do - follow
the info below:

Pool table sizes are determined by the size of their playfield not the outside dimensions. The playfield is the area that
the ball rolls on. The easiest way to measure the table is to stand at one end of the table and measure the width of the
pool table from the point of the cushion on one side to the other. It is not necessary to measure the length because it
will be exactly twice the width. There are 5 basic sizes of pool tables:

7’ (39X78)
8’ (44X88)
Pro 8’ (46X92)
9’ (50X100)
10'(56x112) generally in a snooker configuration

When Purchasing
The size of pool table that you should buy is determined by: The size of your room, the size of the cue sticks that you would want to use and what size table you prefer. For example
if your room is 13’ X 16’ that is enough room for a 7’ table, with full (57”) cues, to have perfect playability. Putting an 8’ table in the same room would require the use of 52” cues on some shots and if a 9’ table was installed in
the same space 48” cues would be needed on most shots. Do you want the biggest table no matter what or is it more
important to use full length cues? When space is not the issue, then it is just a matter of preference.

Important facts pertaining to resale value: 8’ pool tables make up 75% of all tables in the residential market, 7’ tables
are the second most common and make up 24% of the market and finally the Big 8 and 9’ tables make up the other 1%.

This chart will help determine what size table and cue length size would be best for your room size.