Pool Table Installers | Companies in Michigan
Contact these companies for your pool table sales and service needs. They are registered by the American Billiard Installers Association and are verified to be the best companies in your area.
Michigan – Installers List
Sterling Heights Billiard Table Movers
Sterling Heights Michigan Pool Table Service & Movers.
Also services , Auburn Hills, Sterling Heights, Detroit, Novi, Livonia, Canton, Taylor, Dearborn, Warren, Rochester Hills, Birmingham, Romeo, Roseville, Eastpointe, Grosse Pointe woods, and surrounding Townships: West Bloomfield, Waterford, Commerce, Lyon, Milford, Orion, Oakland, Washington, Charter TWP of Clinton, Brandon and more and more surrounding areas in Sterling Heights.
Pro Pool Table Movers Muskegon
Muskegon Michigan Pool Table Service & Movers.
Also services Wabaningo, Whitehall, Lakewood Club, Dalton, Bridgeton, Ravenna, Nunica, Allendale, West Olive, Port Sheldon, Borculo, Allendale and more surrounding areas in Muskegon.
Pool Table Repair Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo Michigan Pool Table Movers & Repairers.
Also services Kalamazoo, Galesburg, Climax, Scotts, Portage, Fulton, Vicksburg, Scoolcraft, Mattawan, Kendall and more surrounding areas in Kalamazoo.
Pool Table Movers Saginaw
Saginaw Michigan Pool Table Service & Movers.
Also services Thomas twp, Tittabawassee, Midland, Bay City, Frankenmuth, Vassar, Bangor twp, Chesaning, Clio and more surrounding areas in Saginaw.
Pool Table Movers Bay City
Bay City Michigan Pool Table Service & Movers.
Also services Bellbrook, Moraine, Woodbourne-Hyde Park, Beavercreek, West Carrollton, Bellbrook, Miamisburg and more surrounding areas in Bay City.
Lansing Pool Table Movers
Lansing Michigan Pool Table Service & Movers.
Also services Dewitt, Bath Twp, Windsor Charter Twp, Delhi Charter Twp, Mason, Charlotte, Eaton Rapids, Fowler, St Johns, Owosso and more surrounding areas in Lansing.
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Are you thinking that you want to buy a pool table?
5 Largest Mistakes People Make When Buying a Pool Table
1 – They don’t think about how they will move the pool table
Every day this one is a problem for us. Person is offered a pool table, think their friends can help them move it in one piece so they fork over 800 bucks on his new purchase and then find themselves in a situation. When they finally determine it isn’t such a smart idea. Now they have to pay a professional pool table installer to move it.
The purchase they thought was only 800 dollars suddenly turns into 1200! They begin to panic, they then do the unthinkable, try to do it themselves. We see hundreds of pictures every year of pool tables that were destroyed or broken because of a lack of planning.
2 – They buy a table that is not suited for their use.
Consideration must be put into your level of experience and desire to play on a higher level or if the table is only a furniture piece, there is a big difference in styles and cost. It pays to learn the different types and what you will use it for.
3 – They buy a pool table too quick and are impatient.
Customers can be very emotional about this purchase. A fast buy because they feel they can’t miss this deal will normally increase your odds of getting a really bad deal. Today there are several tables for sale in your area and tomorrow they will be replaced by several more. Wait until the right table at the right price comes along.
4 – They don’t know the value of the table they are buying.
Many tables during the past 5-10 years were sold EXTREMELY expensive, the recent re-finance boom had filled everyone’s wallets and game rooms with cash! Stores knew this and took advantage, tables they sold for over 4 thousand dollars are selling for less than 2 thousand and stores are begging customers to take them now. It is not important what someone paid for the table, average table values are now between 800 and 1200 dollars on the used market for a REALLY nice table. Read all about values, quality and buying methods in this ebook
5 – They look on Craigslist or other “free” classifieds to find pool table mover.
Trusting a company to move a pool table and come into your home who can’t afford advertising for their business is asking for a trouble! The American Billiard Installers Association (ABIA) estimates that between 50% – 80% of pool table installers in the United States are not completely equipped to do this type of work, use the wrong tools, are not trained and do not have the experience necessary to properly conduct their services.
Make sure your movers are at a minimum members and backed by the ABIA. Also check the website. The ABIA works with installers for years and only uses competent, professional and experienced installers. Also the installers working with the ABIA are aware of the standards set for pool tables by the Billiard Congress of America.