American Heritage Billiards Poker Table



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Price: $1,000 – $5,000

Our game tables and chairs are an excellent addition to your game room or as a stand alone piece in any room. Free shipping on any order over $1,000. American Heritage Billiards warrants the components of your game room furniture to be free of manufacturer defects in material and workmanship for as long as 1 year from the original delivery of the product.

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American Heritage doesn’t just make pool tables, they make pool table collections. This means you can’t just buy one of their pool tables, you have to get the accompanying furniture like chairs, stools and racks. I happen to think this is pretty dumb, as most people I know put their pool tables in a room that won’t hold much more than just the table. Still, if you have the space, it is nice to get matching stuff. Here are the different models American Heritage offers:

Founded in 1987 in a small suburb outside of Cleveland, Ohio, American Heritage Billiards has grown into the world’s largest pool table and game room furniture manufacturer. We began producing pool tables as a raw materials manufacturer, building each table from start to finish. Before founding American Heritage Billiards back in 1987, the owners were building pool tables in high school, learning the industry from the ground up. Today their 170,000 sq.-ft.-facility, centrally located in Cleveland, Ohio, is the largest billiards manufacturer in the world, the leader in design, selection, service and value.

Family Collections
Avon
Avenger
Caprio
Danville
Eclipse
Hudson
Omega
Strata

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Home Entertainment Collections
Aspen
Camden
Carlton
Cypress
Madison
Matador
Milan
Santa Anna
Vienna
Winslow

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Grand Home Collections
Ambiance
Bordeaux
Britton
Celeste
Manhattan
Mendocino
Palmetto
Sante Cruz
Sausalito

American Heritage Billiards Poker Tables

  1. could you gather reviews together,not only by your self? tx.Review posted by ergaerg
  2. The American Heritage pool table is by far the worst table on the market. I’m a pool table services tech. I work with thousands of tables a year. No other table presents as many problems consistently than American Heritage. The 2 main problems are the non-backed slate and the rail cushion rubber.
    The slate sits on a slate pad that runs the length and width of the table with an over-hang of 4-6 inches. The slate screws into the pad, not the frame. This means you can’t level the slates as you would on a better quality table.
    Next, the cushion rubber is the poorest quality rubber I’ve seen. It will dry-rot and become hard and brittle within a year.Stay Away! These aren’t the only issues with American Heritage.

    Review posted by Rick