San Carlos Two Tone Twist

Two-tone stain on pool tables typically involves a pairing a dark and light stain. For instance, a black and honey stained pool table creates a very sharp contrast. This two-tone San Carlos in Coto de Caza, California is a bit more subtle, but no less stunning. Mill Creek and Medium on maple wood looks great. … Read more

Oldie Goldie – 1974 Goldenwest Original

1970s Pool Table in Original Condition We were called out to Harbor City, California for a pool table refelt. This Goldenwest Manufacturing billiard table was still in it’s original condition from 1974. The cloth was faded, but not torn and the cushions were still functioning after nearly 40 years. The owners are big Rams fans … Read more

San Carlos in Sharp Contrast

Two Tone San Carlos We just finished up this gorgeous Connelly San Carlos in Irvine, California. This classic pool table design was given a modern twist with contrasting stains. The Honey Maple stain paired with the Black on Maple really stands out nicely. The traditional carved leg is immediately evident with its Honey ball and … Read more

Us Vs. Them

Top 3 Reasons to Buy from Us… These days buying a pool table is pretty easy. They’re available on-line from a variety of websites and a variety of companies, some with little or no billiards background at all. What we offer our clients is a well built product at a reasonable price. We include a … Read more

San Luis Meets San Clemente

Custom Made Solid Wood Pool Tables… This is a custom made pool table by Connelly Billiards USA. This model is called the San Luis and comes standard with solid American hardwood throughout the entire table. All of our custom billiard tables are made to order and are available in sizes from six foot to 10 … Read more

The Beast Heads East to the I.E.

How to Properly Move a Slate Pool Table… We were recently hired to move this pro eight foot Murrey pool table. When we arrived in Villa Park, CA to start dismantling this over-sized three piece slate pool table, I realized it wasn’t your average pool table. It was very unique due to the fact that … Read more

Olhausen Billiard Table Install

Newport Beach Billiard Install Here’s a recent Olhausen Billiard table we re-installed for our Newport Beach, CA client. The client has an eight foot three piece slate table setup in their two car garage. Most garage floors are pretty unlevel but this one was really bad. It took over three .25 inch shims under each … Read more

Can You Install a Pool Table Upstairs?

Many people have asked us if we can install their pool tables upstairs. Absolutely. Assuming your room is up to building code standards of course. Some of the homes that we’ve installed pool tables in upstairs have had floors that have flexed a bit. I’ve notice this as I’m leveling up a pool table for … Read more

How to Make a 1000 Pound Billiard Table Disappear?

Antique Pool Table Disassembly… Our Fullerton, CA client was relocating to WA and wanted to be sure his 1000 pound antique Brunswick pool table would make the trip safely. We built three heavy duty crates to pack the pool table slate into for protection. The ball return system is pretty basic. It consisted of wooden … Read more

The Ultimate Man Cave

The Ultimate Man Cave… This eight foot Beach Mfg. pool table was the subject of previous blog post called “How Good Pool Tables Turn Bad”. Our clients had just moved from Texas to Coto de Caza, CA and the house came with this pool table. We disassembled the table and moved to the garage while … Read more