How much do pool tables cost?
Answer . How big( area ) is your pool ?. 15/30
Depending on the size of your pool and the materials you are using it would be best to consult someone else. The cheapest materials though would be plastic and using your own …man power.
100 or so dollars a month.. a bit extra if you have service
it cost about 1000 dollars!
it all really depends on what it is made out of. So it varies.
They vary depending on the size of the pool. You will need to know the diamter, depth, and type of liner (overlap or beaded). Then, you can go online to find materials. The be…st site that I have found is overstockpools.com. Good luck!
It depends on a lot of different things - the main two being size (length, width and depth) and materials (concrete, vinyl, fiberglass). Prices also vary by region. That said,… the average backyard pool costs somewhere between $25,000 and $50,000 to install via a pool contractor. If you want something big and fancy, it will obviously cost more. If you can do some or all of the work yourself, it could cost significantly less.
they cost about 400.00 dollars
\nTile is sold by the foot installed and varies depending on where you live. IN my area its about $2500 and up.
Usually a pool table weighs around 500-1000 pounds, depending on the length, type of wood and slate used.
Replacing pool table felt is very definitely a matter of "you get what you pay for". The price of pool table cloth can range from $90 to $400. The labor price to re-surface an…d cover the play area and the rails is typically in the $250-$300 range. So, the total price will be $350 to $700 depending upon the size, the quality of the cloth, and the experience of the installer.
don't know but it's definitely huge, rather play at a club and if money ain't a matter of concern just go ahead and buy it......................... however ther are much int…eresting games like table tennis which might cost lesser
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$500 to $25,000. The average person that buys a pool table purchases an 8 or 9 foot table in the US, while 7 foot tables are also available. A 1 inch slate 8 foot table, the m…inimum that can meet all tournament regulations, can sell new for less than $1500. That price includes installation and set-up. A 9 foot table can be purchased for almost the same price. Lower priced 8 and 9 foot tables can be found that use composite surfaces or thinner slate. These generally fail to meet minimum tournament regulations, but can be a good choice for the home. A good used 9 foot table can be purchased for $500 to $1000. The highest priced tables can be works of art, most often with 1.5 inch slate, and even 2 inch slate, and generally costing from $10,000 to $25,000.
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