Designing and Building the Perfect Wine Cellar

If you have decided to build a wine cellar in your basement, then there are a few things you must consider before you start your project. You will want to ensure that your wine cellar perfectly displays all of your favourite bottles and serves the function of keeping your wine at the perfect temperature. In this article, we will explore some of the crucial aspects of building a wine cellar so you can build the perfect one for you.

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If you have recently remodelled your home, or are planning to in the near future, it may be worthwhile contacting an architect who will be able to design your wine cellar to fit in with the rest of your home. A professional architect will be able to assess your space, layout, insulation, and ventilation, to help create the perfect wine cellar. With their expertise, they will be able to create a wine cellar that does not only look the part but is functional and structurally sound. They will also be able to provide you with wiring diagrams for any lighting and power outlets you may need in the room.

One of the main factors in making sure your wine cellar is practical is temperature control. You will want to make sure that your room is a slight bit colder than room temperature but is not too cold. One of the best ways to achieve this is through air conditioning. You can plan to install an air conditioning unit in the corner of your room and this will be able to control the temperature in the room and keep the climate perfect. You can contact an Air con Gloucester company that will be able to fit your air conditioning unit for you. An example of one of these companies is

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The ambience of your wine cellar is important to focus on. One of the best and easiest ways to create an ambience is through lighting. In a wine cellar, dim lighting may be best suited, however, this does not mean that you do not need many lights. You can install LED strip lighting in the shelving units in your wine cellar and also low-level lights, or even lights installed on the floor. You can set your lights up to turn on by a PIR so they automatically turn on as soon as you walk into the room.

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