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About American Heritage Billiards
Founded in 1987 in a small suburb outside of Cleveland, Ohio, American Heritage Billiards has grown into the world’s largest game room furniture manufacturer. American Heritage Billiards began producing pool tables as a raw materials manufacturer, domestically engineering, sourcing, staining, and building all of its pool tables from scratch in a small warehouse with the focus of constructing a pool table in the very best way possible. It isn’t just a piece of furniture…it’s a piece of furniture on which a precision game is played.
The hands-on building experience as a raw materials manufacturer gave the company an unmatched opportunity to learn how to build an heirloom piece of furniture. Many of those methods, like using mortise and tenon construction on wood joints, are integral to their procedures today. Over time, American Heritage Billiards began domestically and globally sourcing many of their products, but every American Heritage Billiards product is still dreamed, designed, and engineered in Cleveland, Ohio.
During the period of growth where American Heritage Billiards became the world’s largest game room furniture manufacturer, they created what was an innovative concept at the time….coordinating game room furniture collections. Instead of just selling pool tables, American Heritage Billiards gave the world the ability to buy an entire room of coordinating furniture. Home bars, bar stools, back bars, mirrors, game tables, and other items are now available in coordinating finishes with their pool tables. This allowed everyone to envision exactly how the game room of their dreams may look…and gave them the ability to buy it all from the same company so the furniture would coordinate perfectly.
Although much has changed since their inception in 1987, their goal remains the same: To help Friends and Families gather more often.
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