Re: Pool table help
If the table was moved in one piece, then yes, it's likely that the slate slabs have shifted and/or structural members as well. The only way to bring things back into alignment is to disassemble the table and reassemble properly. I personally don't think that this is something for the average DIY'r.
I remember watching the installation of my very large and very heavy pool table. The frame was brought in and assembled and the slate bed leveled. Then the slate was brought in in three pieces (5x9 table, the slate was 2" thick ), leveled and secured, then bondo'd to fill depressions and irregularities in the seams. Once all that was perfect, the felt and cushions were installed. It took the better part of 4 hours for a crew of 3 guys to haul all that into the house and set it up properly, which brings me back to this not being a task for the average DIY'r. This is an art form, and if you want a smooth and level table with the felt and cushions tensioned properly, leave it to the pro's. Any local table dealer in your area can direct you to a qualified installer to come and make the adjustments.
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