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Pool-Table Moving Services

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Moving A Pool Table Undamaged Is No Easy Task

That’s why you need the right pool table movers for the job. We provide speciality moving services that involve over-sized bulky items which require special equipment in order for it to be moved both properly and safely. One of the items we provide service to our Pool Tables.
Moving a pool table is similar to moving a piano – they both have complex pieces and will cost a ton of money if pieces become damaged. On average, a pool table can weigh between 500 to 1,000 lbs, and the slightest wrong move can cause a harmful – even fatal – disaster.

When looking for someone to relocate your pool table, it’s key to choose a mover with experience moving pool tables and that you can trust. Perfect Moving has been moving pool tables for commercial and residential clients alike and has earned the reputation of a winning moving company, a company that will efficiently and successfully relocate your pool table. Don’t take risks with you pool table; make sure it stays fully protected by hiring the moving experts at Perfect Moving.

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Types of Pool Tables We Move

English Pool Tables (6-7 feet)

Most common in the UK, these pool tables use smaller balls and narrower pockets compared to other pool tables.

American Pool Tables (8-9 feet)

This larger table style, popular in the United States, uses larger balls and wider pockets than the English version.

Bar or Pub Pool Tables (7 feet)

Common in bars and pubs, these tables are typically coin-operated and a smaller size for casual, recreational play.

Snooker Tables (10-12 feet)

Larger than pool tables, snooker tables have smaller, rounder pockets and are used for the strategic game of snooker, which utilizes 21 balls.

Russian Pyramid Table (12 feet)

Similar to snooker tables in size, these tables have incredibly small pockets (barely larger than the balls) and are used to play several different games known collectively as Russian pyramid.

Carom Billiard Table (10 feet)

These tables lack pockets entirely and are used for games of carom billiards, where players score points by bouncing their own ball off both the opponent's ball and the other side of the table.

Chinese Pool Table (9 feet)

Hybrid between snooker and pool tables, it uses smaller balls than an American pool table, but larger than those used on a snooker table, and has harder, angular pockets similar to a snooker table.

The Perfect Pool-Table Move

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You only get one shot for a successful pool table move. Indeed, just one slip-up could result in a frustrating and expensive situation. Avoid risks by calling in the reliable, experienced professionals at Perfect Moving.

reasonable Rates

Even though pool tables may cost a whole lot, we don’t think that moving them should, too. We’re transparent from the onset about our prices, so there are no surprises down the road.


Our movers are the experts on all things moving. They know exactly how to manage hazards when it comes to pool table moving, and they know how to deliver you the successful move you seek.


We are pleased to be able to offer you a degree of flexibility when it comes to planning your ideal pool table move. We offer flexible payment and pricing options, scheduling options and much more.


Our mission is to ensure that your are 100 % satisfied with our pool table moving and storage options. We will work diligently until you are entirely satisfied with our work.
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We've Mastered the Art of Pool Table Moving

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The characteristics of pool table determine the appropriate packing solution. Movers consider the physical needs of each table and select a packaging method proven to work:

Proper packaging techniques reduce the risk of damage by supporting the work and eliminating excessive movement and shifting.

Packaging, Securing & Crating Pool Tables

At Perfect Moving, our strict, time-tested methods are used for the meticulous planning, packing, crating and handling of all items to ensure their stability and safety offering our clients complete peace of mind whilst in transit.

Pool Table Transportation and Logistics

Perfect Moving offers you secure, reliable and cost effective transportation and logistics services locally, nationally and internationally.

Insurance Coverage for Pool Tables

We do everything we can to ensure the safety and security of your pool table. We can make insurance available that will cover it from point of origin to point of destination.

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Frequently Asked Questions
About Moving a Pool Table

Playing pool is fun and easy. But moving a pool table? Not so much. If you’re considering a move, you might have some questions about how to best transport your pool table. Below, we’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions about moving a pool table.

Anyone who has ever moved a pool table will tell you that it’s not a small undertaking. In addition to being extremely heavy, pool tables are also quite delicate, and even a minor bump can throw off the entire surface. As a result, it’s important to take your time when planning a move and to start the process as early as possible.

In general, you should start planning for your move at least six weeks in advance. This will give you plenty of time to rent the necessary equipment, find a reliable pool table mover, and schedule any necessary repairs or maintenance on your pool table.

“Preparation is key to successful moving.” This is something you’ll hear a lot, but it rings especially true when you’re moving a pool table. To prep your table for the big day, follow these four steps:

  • Step 1: Buy all the necessary packing supplies and materials.
  • Step 2: Remove all items around the table. This includes chairs, lamps, end tables, and any other furniture that might be in the way.
  • Step 3: Disassemble the table and do it in sections. Remember to take pictures as you go so you can remember how to put it back together later.
  • Step 4: Label the pieces and pack them carefully.

There are a few telltale signs that can indicate that your pool table was damaged during transport. First, take a look at the legs. If they’re bent or twisted, that’s a sign that the table was dropped or otherwise mishandled. Second, inspect the felt for rips, tears, or other damage. Finally, listen for strange noises coming from the table when it’s in use. If you hear creaking, popping, or other unusual noises, that’s another sign that the table wasn’t moved with enough care.

Of course, it’s always a good idea to take photos of your pool table from all angles before pick-up time – that way, if any damage does occur during the move, you’ll have documentation to back up your claim.

Damage to pool tables during moves is not all that common. But what happens if something does go wrong? Fortunately, most reputable movers are insured against damages. So if your pool table is damaged during the move, the mover’s insurance should cover the cost of repairs. However, it’s always a good idea to check with your mover beforehand to make sure that their insurance will cover any damage that might occur.

Another good tip is to take photos of your pool table before it’s disassembled so you can record its condition in case anything happens.

Moving a pool table is hard, but with the right preparation, it can be done. We hope the answers we’ve provided above will give you some guidance as you prepare for your move. And remember, Perfect Moving is always here for you. Whether you’re looking for help with your move or just need some expert advice, feel free to give us a call.