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Question DetailsAsked on 5/27/2013

how much does it cost to have a pool table moved

I need a pool table moved from one room to another.

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Depends a LOT on whether legs have to be taken off to move it.

A pool table company will probably charge you about $200 to move it if the legs do not have to be taken off, AND they can do it pretty much when they have an hour free for their crew. At your convenient time - probably $250-300. If legs have to be removed then additional $100, probably.

Assuming it is a true pool table (one piece slate backing) then be sure to have a professional pool table dealer move it, as it is easy to crack the slate so you need special handling equipment and dolly, and it has to be properly relevelled after the move.

If is just an economy homeowners model with plywood or particle board backing, then a normal household goods moving company could do it for about $100 less, but you would have to level it yourself.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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