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Things to Consider When You’re Building a Wine Cellar

Things to Consider When You’re Building a Wine Cellar
February 24, 2021 Certified Wine Cellars
In Wine Cellars

Building a new wine cellar is an exhilarating process. A passion for wine is a fulfilling hobby and building your own wine cellar allows for even greater enjoyment. From the planning stage to opening the first bottle of wine, there is nothing quite like the joy that you experience from having your very own wine cellar. But far too many people rush into the process without considering some especially important variables first. How can you avoid making the same mistakes as them? Follow our simple guide that covers a few basic considerations to keep in mind when you are building out your new wine cellar.

Consider the size of your Wine Cellar

There are a few key elements that you should always be mindful of when you are getting ready to build your first wine closet. The first element is the size of the cellar. If your collection is smaller, then you do not need much space. However, a lot of wine enthusiasts prefer to begin with a bit more space so that they can expand their collection. Of course, if you are planning on storing a large amount of wine, or having furniture set up in the wine closet, then making sure you have space in the wine cellar is an absolute must. Make sure to account for the size of the wine closet before you get too excited planning out other elements and features.

Location and Temperature

Location is critical as well. Find a space in your home away from direct sunlight and remember to keep an eye on any power, plumbing, or other structural issues before building your wine cellar. Make sure you hire a well-qualified wine cellar builder.

Finally, it’s important to understand how the temperature in your wine cellar will affect the storage of your wine, both in the short term and onward into the future. By maintaining a moderate, consistent temperature in your wine cellar, you ensure that your wines will age in the proper way. Letting the temperature in the cellar get out of control is one of the quickest ways to degrade the overall quality, longevity, and flavor of any wine that you plan to store.

Find a company that can help you with every step of the process.

Most people simply do not have the time, knowledge, or experience to properly construct a wine cellar of their own. Therefore, it’s a good idea to consult with a company that has the expertise that can help to make the process go that much smoother. It is all too common for people to think they can handle the wine cellar building themselves, only to discover that they have made crucial errors which lead to lots of wasted time, money, and renovations. Thankfully, there is an easy way to avoid these kinds of headaches: hire a company that can help you build your cellar.

While there may be many companies that specialize in wine cellars, it is important to get one that you can trust. Make sure that the company has demonstrated experience in the field. Seeing some past projects is usually a good way to make a fair assessment of the overall quality and strength of the company’s offerings. You also want to be sure that past customers have good things to say about the company. The skill of the company’s builders is important, but it is also wise to find people who prioritize every customer service interaction. When you find a company that meets this criterion, things are much easier.

At Certified Wine Cellars we are proud to offer a wide variety of wine cellars, from walk-in to reach in, we also offer wine cellar furniture, and all kinds of cooling units to help you construct your ideal wine cellar environment. It doesn’t matter whether you’re experienced in building out wine closets, or if you’re just starting out, our team of professional wine cellar builders is here to help you bring your vision into reality. So, what are you waiting for? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team today for more information!