25 Oct Why You Need a Custom Layout For Your Wine Cellar
Planning is the most vital phase of any construction project, and wine cellars aren’t an exception. Before a wine cellar is constructed, it is crucial to set a layout and design. Wine cellars aren’t typical storage spaces. They need to be built to fit the available space, meet the function, design, and styling needs of the homeowners too. This is where customisation comes in.
Why is Customisation Important?
- Only a custom feature will be in sync with the architectural styling of the home.
- It will blend in seamlessly with the décor and interior elements in the house.
- Every home has a different layout and square-footage. That also means there can be no thumb rule when it comes to sizing the wine cellar.
- The company that handles the job will make sure they balance aspects such as functionality, practicality, aesthetics, and your budget while providing layouts and designs.
- They will also keep your ideas and vision for that space in view at all times. Some property owners like the idea of having an elaborate wine cellar with all the bells and whistles, while others want a simple, practical space for wine storage.
Regardless of what your requirements are, only an experienced and well-established company like us at Signature Cellars would be able to cater to your specific needs. We work very closely with our clients and take the time to understand what their particular needs are.
We are well-known for our custom wine cellar design and build services, and our team is skilled in every aspect of planning and installing these features. We build dependable, robust, and innovatively-designed wine cellars for our clients.
Wine Cellar Design and Installation
- The work process is very systematic and includes several aspects, including:
- Surveying the available space
- Taking accurate measurements
- Having detailed discussions with the client
- Understanding what features are needed
- Making a note of the specifics of the available space
- Keeping the storage requirements in view
- Helping the client with material selection
- Number of bottles that need to be accommodated
- Sizes of bottles that will be stored
- Discussing lighting installations
- Providing information about types of wine cellar temperature-control systems
- Insulation and humidification equipment
- Understanding the budget that the client is working on
The insulation has to be installed correctly before the drywall or wood panels are installed. When wood is used for flooring or the racks, it’s crucial to choose species that are termite, rot, and mildew-resistant. It’s also vital to use non-aromatic wood as any intense aromas, including those of paint and polish, can affect the quality of the wines. As you can see, creating unique wine cellars that meet our clients’ needs takes a significant amount of planning.
Other Aspects Wine Cellar Design
There are times when the clients have particular needs in terms of the features they want to be installed. For instance, sometimes, a homeowner might want a modern style wine cellar in a space that has traditional or classic architecture. Only skilled and creative designers would be able to create the perfect balance of modern and traditional elements. This job requires expertise and an understanding of various materials and how they work with each other.
Once the homeowner approves the design and plan, the installation work can begin. The rough-in stage involves making sure the space is prepped for all the installations. Expert custom wine cellar installers will design and install the features well.
To find out about how Signature Cellars can help you design and build a wine storage solution that can help protect your investment and add value to your home, call us on 1300 570 636 or email email@example.com.
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