When finishing our basement, my husband decided he needed a shuffleboard in the basement. He found the wood from an old bowling alley in Norwood, OH. After sanding the wood with a floor sander, he varnished the wood and then built the metal frame work around it, welding the edges. He finished the top railings with stainless steel and added laminate to the side to look like stone. This thing is not easy to move & is about 18 feet long.
It's a fun game to have around when we have parties and it doesn't use any electric so it doesn't break & can't blow a fuse like the slot machine did! We keep lots of sand on it so the pucks go fast.