My company sells shuffleboards among other things, if you want champion quality (which is the thick epoxy/poly pour - this is a lifetime product, you will never have to refinish it) you have a couple options.
Mclure doesnt use the pour method, that have a thin layer of polyurethane, have had a few customers come back after a couple of years.
I would either do a Performance games board (www.performancegamesinc.com
) or the new CL bailey & Legacy Billiards shuffleboards now have the same thick, heavy poly coat that provides a great play. Price wise, a legacy 14ft board is gonna sit at $2,799.
Hope that helps, Ive sold 7 manufacturers of shuffleboards, its taken me 5 years to finally narrow it down to 3 decent companies.