Glad to hear that you got the table disassembled.
Did you get an idea of what kind of cloth they are putting on the table for 200 dollars?
Also are they putting the cloth on the rails for the prices you have quoted?
Re-clothing the cushions is the hardest job (IMHO) of setting up a pool table. It takes knowledge, skill, and practice to cloth a rail without getting dimples, or loose spots on the rails. Well worth the 200 setup charge, to have it done right.
You may want to check the condition of the rubber cushions on your rails. The cheap rubber cushions that many manufactures sell today, tend to get hard after a few years. Press along the edge of the rubber cushions with your fingers ever half inch and see if there are any spots that are significantly harder to press than others. As long as all along the length of the cushion is consistent, your rails are in good shape.
If your rails are inconsistent, you may want to obtain a quote of getting new rubber attached to your rails.
Originally Posted by canadian eh
Yes I did get the pool table broken down, thanks to Tony's instructions.
I will have to move it several times before it can be reassembled in the new game room.
I also got a price to get it professionally reassembled and new felt put on. To reassemble $250 and new felt $200