White Glove Installation offers you our highest level of service and convenience and gives you peace of
mind that from shipment to delivery to installation,
your table will be handled by professionals.
We'll arrange for the pool table to be delivered to one of our approved installers in your area. After
they've received the pool table and have inspected it to ensure
nothing has been damaged in transit, they'll contact you to arrange a delivery and installation date and
You just need to be present for the installation and our experienced installer will handle the rest.
You'll be enjoying your new pool table the same day!
With this option, freight arrives at your curb. You are responsible for unloading the pool table
components from the truck (up to 1000 lbs),
checking them for visible damage and arranging professional installation.
NOTE: Unless you are or know a professional pool table installer, we highly recommend
choosing White Glove Installation
By selecting this option, I acknowledge that:
My location has curbside access for a 40' tractor/trailer (or I'll arrange to pick up the table
components at a nearby freight depot).
I am responsible for unloading the pool table components from the truck (which will require at least
two people) and checking them for visible damage.
If I or my qualified installer damage the table or assemble the table incorrectly, the Spencer Marson
Warranty will be voided.
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