Q: How to Measure Your Table
This is a short guide on how you can measure your English Pool, American Pool or Snooker table.
Why Should I Measure The Size Of My Table?
Knowing the exact size of your table can be very useful at times. If you are moving house and you are getting your Table to be professionally dismantled, moved and re located from a company such as UK Pool Table Recovering, the company will always ask for the Table size and Exact measurements if available to give you an accurate quote on the price of the job but also to figure out how easily the table will be to transport and also to calculate if it will be fairly straight forward or complicated to move out of the old to the new location of the table.
It is also important to know the size of your table, as if and when you get your table recovered the company should always ask what the size of your table is in order to provide you with an accurate quote for the job and also to order the cloth off their supplier so that in most cases they can recover the table on the site location.
If you provide incorrect information such as in the case of explaining that your English Pool Table is 6 x 3 ft when in fact it is actually 7 x 4 ft. If the company who is recovering your pool table is unprepared they may only bring with them a 6 x 3 ft Pack of cloth meaning that it would be of insufficient length and width to complete the Recover. Small things like that can actually cost you time and money which is completely unnecessary.
How Can I Measure The Size Of My Table?
Simply find the nearest tape measure to hand and measure the table as following.
Stand at one end of the length of the table and put the tape measure down. Now walk to the other end of the length of the table whilst pulling the tape measure while still making sure the end of the tape measure remains where you started, it may require 2 individuals if you can’t do this by yourself. Measure the table completely from end to end of the table. Once you have the Length of the table in either Feet or Inches you can simply then look at our
Is My Room Big Enough For A Pool Table Or Snooker Table? – Guide by clicking here!
Then simply go to – General Table Dimensions and look at this chart to see which size your table fits into.
If need be you can always measure the Width of your table if it is required, more than likely though the Length should be sufficient enough.