You need to allow just enough room to get between the table cabinet and your wall. See the picture above for a shuffleboard table in one of our customers home. … However a 16 foot table will require 20 feet of wall space if you follow our 2 foot rule.

## Can you put a shuffleboard table against the wall?

Most shuffleboard owners often find it to be a good choice to place one side of the table close to the wall. This will prevent it from moving in addition to saving space.

## How much room do you need for a 12 ft shuffleboard table?

Expect a 12 ft Shuffleboard table to have a playing surface that’s 16” wide while the overall width of the table is about 24”. Factor in the clearance around the table and one will need a room that is at least 6ft (72”) wide to be able to accommodate a 12ft long table.

## How heavy is a 9 ft shuffleboard table?

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Brand | Atomic |
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Color | Platinum |

Item Dimensions LxWxH | 108.25 x 24.25 x 31 inches |

Sport Type | Shuffleboard |

Item Weight | 1 Pounds |

## Is a 12 foot shuffleboard table too short?

12 Foot Shuffleboard Tables – Astro, Level Best, and Playcraft all make shuffleboards in this size. 14 Foot Shuffleboard Tables – This is the threshold for small to mid-size tables. Shorter tables are easier to play on. 16 Foot Shuffleboard Tables – Very common mid-sized table.

## Are 9 shuffleboard table too short?

While you can still have fun on 12 and 14 feet shuffleboard tables, when you get down to a 9 foot table, the playing surface is a little on the short side and not near as challenging.

## Is 12 feet wide enough for a pool table?

It requires an area that is roughly 12 feet wide and 15 feet, 6 inches long to accommodate 4-foot cues. For 52-inch cues, ensure that dimensions of the area are 12 feet, 6 inches wide and 16 feet long. For the larger cues, center the pool table in an area that is 13 feet, 6 inches wide and 17 feet long.

## What is standard size for shuffleboard table?

Shuffleboard tables range in size from 9 to 22 feet in length, 16 to 20 inches in width and the thickness of the board ranges from 1.5 inches to 3 inches.

## How much room is needed for a shuffleboard table?

You may want to leave a little more room for your own personal taste but no more than 2.5 to 3 foot is needed. How much room is needed behind a shuffleboard table could be as little as 2 feet but this is a little tight but 28-30″ more than enough space to enjoy shuffleboard.

## How much does a 12 foot shuffleboard weigh?

Small size tables are the lightweight tables of all other shuffleboard tables. 8 feet and 9 inches feet weigh around 250 to 350 pounds. Meanwhile 12 feet table weighs up to 400 pounds approximately. These tables are bit heavier than small size tables of course.

## How much does a 22 ft Shuffleboard weigh?

For instance, a 22 foot official tournament size shuffleboard table can weigh a few hundred pounds and can require 4 or more people to safely lift the shuffleboards playfield onto the cradle.

## How do I choose a shuffleboard table?

To choose the best shuffleboard table, look for the finish on the surface of the table to be a polymer resin, about a quarter inch thick. Better tables will offer a lifetime guarantee on the finish. Cheaper tables you may have to refinish every couple of years or so.

## Who makes the best shuffleboard table?

The Best Shuffleboard Table Brands

- Hudson Shuffleboard Tables – #1 Shuffleboard Table Brand.
- Venture Shuffleboard Tables.
- C.L. Bailey Co. – Level Best.
- McClure Tables – Dedicated Craftsman.
- Playcraft – Best Value, Mid-Grade.

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## How much does it cost to build a shuffleboard table?

How much does it cost to make a shuffleboard table? Prepare to spend around $500-$1300 depending on the size of the table, and type of wood.

## What is the official size of a shuffleboard puck?

Shuffleboard Puck Size

There are two specific sizes of pucks that are generally accepted for recreational and tournament use. Two and five sixteenth inches and two and one-eighth inches.

## Is a shuffleboard table flat?

No, shuffleboard tables are not completely flat. Instead, most shufflepuck players prefer a slightly concaved surface just enough to allow a piece of paper underneath a leveler running across the width of the table.