Aspen Shuffleboard Table
• Hand built in the USA
• Levelers included
• Polymer Coating included
• 1-shuffleboard table
• Pucks, weights, wax,
Available table sizes:
• 9', 12', 14', 16', 18', 20', 22'
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Shuffleboard Size Info:
- 9' = 2-legs
- 12' = 3-legs
- 14' = 3-legs
- 16' = 3-legs
- 18' = 5-legs
- 20' = 5-legs
- 22' = 5-legs
Available wood types:
• Solid cherry, Mahogany, Maple, Quarter-sawn oak, Sapele, Walnut
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Matching dining top:
- 1-piece or 2-piece
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Does your company offer inside white glove delivery?
Yes, you can select main level or 2nd level or basement (Refer to shipping tab)
Does your company offer inside white glove delivery with set-up and leveling?
Yes, you can select main level or 2nd level or basement with set up (Refer to shipping tab)
What size tables to you offer?
9', 12', 14', 16', 18', 20', 22'
What kind of wood is the shuffleboard made from?
This shuffleboard features genuine Canadian Maple playing surfaces. More than a century of manufacturing has proven that Maple is the best, most stable wood species for a shuffleboard. Lower quality tables use birch, poplar, and other less expensive woods, which are more susceptible to warping.
Is installation difficult?
Setting up a shuffleboard table is not complicated. All the individual components are preassembled. The only assembly involved is attaching the legs to the cradle. This is just a matter of putting the legs into the designated location, putting the bolts through the predrilled holes, and tightening the nuts. The playfield (the board itself) is heavy (up to 420 lbs on a 22' model) and will require 3 to 6 people to help lift it and set it in place. The other parts of the table, namely the cradle and the legs, can be easily managed by 2 people.
How do I level the shuffleboard?
Once the legs have been attached to the cradle, it is ready for leveling. The next step would be to start at either end of the table and place the level on top of the cradle directly over the legs. Continue by turning one of the threaded "feet" on each leg until the cradle is level in that spot and then move to the area over the next leg. There are either two, three or five legs, depending on the brand and length of the table. Continue in this fashion until you have worked your way to the other end of the table. In a similar fashion you would then check the end to end (lengthwise) level. Because of the size of a shuffleboard table, it will take from a few days to a week to completely settle in, depending on the type of flooring. This means that you may need to do a little fine tuning after the board has settled, even if you have someone else install your shuffleboard.
What are climatic adjusters?
Climatic Adjusters are used to keep the playfield true. Because the playfield of a shuffleboard table is wood, it will behave like any other piece of wood and will swell a little in more humid weather and contract slightly in drier conditions. This can affect the trueness of the playfield. The "climatic" adjusters will compensate for those natural occurrences. For most people, a shuffleboard table is a major investment. Before you buy a shuffleboard table, it makes good sense to make sure the company you buy it from can tell you, based on where you live, how your climate will affect your table and how and when to use the climatic adjusters. Improper use of the climatic adjusters could cause a table to crack, so check the knowledge, experience, and qualifications of the people you are dealing with before you buy.
More bout This Product:
Heirloom Shuffleboard Table company is owned and operated by John McDermott; wo is one of the most prominent professional shuffleboard players in the world. And from this you know your shuffleboard table will be made to the the way a shuffleboard table should be made.
John McDermott, whose involvement in shuffleboard dates to 1976. His background includes many years of league and tournament administration, and he has, for the past 31 years, played professionally and been rated as one of the top ten players in the sport. He has developed dozens of products for the shuffleboard industry and his product knowledge in terms of both shuffleboard tables and accessory products is unsurpassed. He is also the tournament director of the most prestigious shuffleboard tournament in the world, the North American Shuffleboard Championships, a position he has held since he founds the tournament in 1990. This vast wealth of experience has proved invaluable in helping thousands of people to purchase the right Shuffleboard Table for their lifestyle and budget.
In 2004, John's many accomplishments were officially recognized as he was inducted into the Table Shuffleboard Hall of Fame as both a player and promoter of the game.