Use the Dealer Locator on our website to find a dealer near you. You can then contact that dealer to see if they have a specific model on their showroom floor.
If you are unable to find a dealer near you, American Heritage Billiards will review our dealer base and try to connect you with a dealer who shows that specific pool table or other piece of game room furniture on their floor. Simply Contact Us.
American Heritage Billiards can absolutely help in this situation, please contact us with as much information as possible and we'll do our best to provide information to make the situation better for you.
Damages, Missing Items, Replacement Parts
If the pool table or game room furniture piece was purchased from a dealer of ours, please contact that dealer for a resolution as individual policies may vary.
In some cases, we are able to sell specific parts directly for select pieces. Even if your required part isn't available, we can give advice on what parts you may need and connect you with a local retail partner who can assist you.
American Heritage Billiards Pool Tables must be installed and disassembled by trained technicians. Our warranty becomes void without verification that the pool table was installed by such a technician.
If you Contact Us, we would happily connect you with local installers familiar with our pool tables who can assist you in either installing or disassembling the pool tables safely and effectively
Care and Maintenance
We list specific care and maintenance instructions for each product on our website individually, on their respective product pages.
Pool Table Room Requirements
Each and every entertaining space is different but we can offer some general guidelines to help you determine if you have adequate space for a pool table.
These guidelines below assume the use of a 58" cue and span the three major pool table sizes we offer, although the vast majority of pool tables in homes are 8' pool tables.
7' Pool Table: 13' x 16' area
8' Pool Table: 13'6'' x 17' area
9' Pool Table: 14' x 18' area
American Heritage Billiards does not offer values on used pool tables. Our best suggestion is to review the Local Dealers within your market.
Unfortunately, we do not buy back used pool tables or other game room furniture at this time.
If you Contact Us an email with images and any other information you have on the item, we will do our best to identify if the pool table or game room furniture piece is ours and if so, what that specific item is.
Each American Heritage Billiards Pool Table or piece of Game Room Furniture is designed, engineered, and produced to serve a specific game room purpose, both stylistically and functionally.
Our design team closely examines industry trends and emerging color waves in an effort to create the best possible furniture for your home, often with the idea of coordinating with other pool tables, home bars, and game room furniture we produce.
The finishes and/or color choices reflect these decisions and cannot be modified.
In some cases, we will have finish samples available to send out, depending on the item in question. Please Contact Us and we'll do our best to help
The weight capacity of each stool and chair is listed on the individual products pages or that item.
A rug can be an excellent way to accent a pool table though it should be correctly sized to the room and allow for proper posture while playing the game.
Using a comfortable shooting posture, both feet should be completely on or completely off the rug.
An improperly sized rug can become a tripping hazard while a participant works their way around the table. We recommend using a rug which features a non-skid backing.
No, all American Heritage Billiards items are meant for residential-use only.