The table is in the City Centre and is based in an office block with over 30 workers using the table, so it is in constant use during all break times and was very worn as the photo above shows. The table is a DPT make, so not a bad table to re-cover having the modern allen key fixing bolts in the cushions.
I got the level bang on at 0.0 in all the main areas across the table and it’s length. These electronic digital levels are ideal for finding low spots on thin pool table slate and they have an audible sound beeper so that when you are adjusting the feet up or down it will sound when it is is level, so no need to keep getting up and down to check for level.
At GCL Billiards we strive to get your pool table playing level, this we find is impossible for other fitters or coin op engineers to do. Many times I have checked a table that has just been re-covered by a firm (I may be doing other work in a club on say the snooker table) and I get asked “can you level our pool table? We have just had it done and it is way out the coin op people just cannot get it level”.
If this sound like your table, then you know where to go next for a re-cover …GCL BILLIARDS. We do it right, we get it level to within 0.1 and thats the thickness of a £20 note! We also clean the inside of the table out when we service a pool table. It is a full service every time, we do not cut corners and we do not speed fit.
I am off to Skegness tomorrow recovering 5 full size snooker tables and then on the way back on Friday there is a pool table to look at, with loose cushions and a re-cover to sort out in Tattershall Linc’s.
More input from these jobs at the weekend on the blog.