Hi all! In this post, I’ll talk about a professional assembler that can do all the assembly of a pool table if you have just bought them or have them separated.
Have you ever tried to assemble a pool table with other people but are having problems in getting the it to stand properly? Or, is the table not leveled to where the balls are still moving even thought it hasn’t been struck by the cue?
The folks from Amazon can help with that. It costs $314.29, and they’ll help you have your pool table up and running within 4 hours. They do all the heavy lifting so you don’t have to.
About the Pool Table Assembly Service
Here are what’s covered in this service:
- Price: $314.29
- Where to get assembly service: Amazon.com
- Moving to another location is not included
- Typical assembly time of 4 hours
- Removal of packaging materials to customer’s bin
- Products requiring additional work may result in an updated estimate from provider
The assembly service was rated at 4.6 stars out of 5. Because of this rating, I am going to promote this service on this site. One customer said, “Hard worker, went the extra mile in ensuring the job was complete and table was level!”
Another satisfied customer said, “He was very professional very nice explain what he was doing look the table after her put it up very nice thank you!!!”
I would like to say that I have not used this service before as I didn’t have a need to install a pool table before. I used to have a pool table that was already installed, and it worked perfectly without any problems. The assemblers are professionals and will work with you to get the job done as efficiently as possible. I will like to also point out that an assigned professional will contact you within 1 business day to confirm your appointment.
I hope that you found this post to be helpful if you consider having a pool table assembled in your place. If you like this post, feel free to share on social media and add anything that you want to say in the comments box below. I look forward to hearing what you all have to say, and I’ll see you again in the next post. Cheers!