Don't forget we do custom work for your wine cellar. our climate control will work for ever, just have to maintain it once a year. We don't use computers, we use real commercial grandfather equipment that we design for you. We are all cooling engineers not an air conditioner technician, we know to correct your load for your temperatures and humidity for your cellars. We are not an 800 number we are local you can reach us 24/7 with a live person on the other line. We do it all in house.
Have the Wine Room of Your Dreams!
"Can I put a wine cellar anywhere in my home?" YES you CAN have the Wine Cellar of Your Dreams!
Our Design Process
We are dedicated solely to custom wine cellar design. This includes all the planning, designing and engineering of our custom wine rooms. Our design philosophy is collaborative, working closely with other professionals, such as architects, independent designers and general contractors, to working directly with clients who prefer a more hands-on approach.
The Stages Process
Phase 1: Wine Cellar Design Analysis
Our Design Process begins by taking a full assessment of your needs and wants. Considerations like: bottle capacity, aesthetic style preferences, material preferences, the size of the space, and the ultimate purpose of the wine cellar are all taken into account before we begin our initial sketches. If you’re working with an architect, designer or general contractor, this is the time to share renovation plans and objectives so everyone can get on the same page.
Phase 2: Computer-Generated Sketches
We are versed in a number of industry-leading computer graphic software programs. With the information gathered in Phase 1, we will construct and present a series of computer-generated sketches to you and/or your team. From here, our designers can quickly modify, change and alter plans down to the minutest detail.
Phase 3: Realistic Renderings
Clients looking for a more definitive preview of what their wine cellar might look like in their home are given realistic three-dimensional renderings, complete with textural surfaces exhibiting the selected cellar construction materials. In some cases, our renders are difficult to distinguish from real life.