# Quick Answer: Do They Make 6 Foot Pool Tables?

## Is a 6 foot pool table too small?

no.

length can be up to 20 feet, so not a problem, but width is actually closer to 9′ 8″ between the walls, and no open sides.

Sorry Bruce but I don’t think you’ll bee able to fit even the smallest size (3×6) foot pool table in your space, unless you were to use a 42 inch cue stick for some side of table shots..

## How heavy is a 6ft pool table?

180 poundsIn general, the average weight of a small 6ft wood (MDF) pool table is 180 pounds (80 kilos) all the way up to 600 pounds (270 kilos) for a 10ft wood table.

## How high should a pool table be from the floor?

The standard pool-table height is between 29 1/4 inches (74.3 centimeters) and 31 inches (78.74 centimeters). This measurement represents the distance between the floor and the table bed of the pool table.

## What size room do I need for a 7 foot pool table?

Picking the Right Size Pool Table for Your RoomTABLE SIZESPLAYING SURFACEMIN. ROOM SIZE BASED ON CUE LENGTH7 FT.39” x 78”11’11” x 15’2”8 FT.44” x 88”12’4” x 16’PRO – 846” x 92”12’6” x 16’4”9 FT.50”x 100”12’10”x 17’1 more row

## How far does a pool table need to be away from the wall?

How far does a pool table need to be away from the wall? The table should be installed at the center of the area to leave uniform space around it. If you do not leave at least 5 feet of space around the table, you will have trouble positioning your cue stick at the right angle without hitting the wall.

## What are the dimensions of a 6 foot pool table?

6-ft (“small bar box”): 70-74″ (177.8-188 cm) x 35-37″ (88.9-94 cm)

## What is the average size pool table?

The length of a “Regulation Standard 8ft” table should be 88 inches long and 44 inches wide. A 9ft Regulation table play field measures 100 inches long and 50 inches wide. Any size table can be considered as “Regulation” if the table is length and width ratio is consistant with these measurements.

## Can a pool table fit in a 12×12 room?

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. Always use the ACTUAL PLAYING SURFACE dimensions to represent the pool table in your room, not 4′ by 8′ rectangles!

## Is 7ft pool table big enough?

Go with a 7 foot pool table if you don’t have enough space for a larger table. It will be enough to dust off your cue stick whenever you need to. It’s not the best size pool table to have but it will get the job done to practice in your home, apartment, condo, or townhouse.

## How heavy is a 8ft slate pool table?

around 850 poundsThe standard sizes of pool tables are 7, 8, 9, and oversize 8 feet. A 7-foot slate pool table usually weighs about 700 pounds, while an 8-foot slate pool table typically weighs around 850 pounds. The weight of a 9-foot slate pool table is somewhere around 1,000 pounds.

## How much does a decent pool table cost?

Basic/Economy Tables: \$1,200 – \$2,000 A definite upgrade in quality and price, tables of this caliber are most common in peoples’ homes, and cost from around \$1,200 to \$2,000. Tables like these are always more than reliable for you to enjoy a game of pool.

## Can you move a slate pool table without taking it apart?

Pool tables are not designed to be moved in one piece. You will need to disassemble the legs, felt, rails and slate and then reassemble them in your pool table’s new location. In some circumstances and with help, you can move a pool table using furniture sliders without taking it apart.