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Wine Cellar Cooling in Your Area

Wine Cellar Cooling in Hot Climates

Wine Cellar Cooling in Your Area

Looking for info on Wine Cellar Cooling in Dry Climates? Wine Guardian offers a high ambient option specifically designed and manufactured for applications where the Wine Guardian unit will be exposed to extremely warm air, such as attic spaces, crawl spaces or covered outdoor applications. High ambient models should also be considered when outdoor air

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Wine Cellar Cooling in Humid Climates

Wine Cellar Cooling in Your Area

Maintain optimal wine cellar humidity – even in the most humid climates. Cooling a wine room in humid climates takes extra care. First and foremost, it is extremely important to build the wine room with a good vapor barrier. Without it, excessive moisture in the ambient air can and will find its way into the

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Wine Cellar Cooling in Dry Climates

Wine Cellar Cooling in Your Area

In dry climates, proper wine cellar humidity is essential. Low wine cellar humidity causes dryness of the corks resulting in loss of liquid in the bottles. High wine cellar humidity causes mold and degradation of the labels and glue. Wine Guardian cooling units control both cooling and dehumidification. That is, they cool the cellar air

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Wine Cellar Cooling In Your Area

Wine Cellar Cooling in Your Area

Climates vary. Wine cellar climate control systems should too. Just as the climate in which grapes are grown affects a wine's characteristics and quality, the climate in which you live will affect your wine cellar requirements. As the experts in wine preservation, Wine Guardian has provided answers to a few commonly asked questions relating to

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Wine Cellar Cooling in Cold Climates

Wine Cellar Cooling in Your Area

Should I heat my wine cellar? In many cases, especially in northern climates, the answer is yes. Any cellars that would be subject to ambient temperatures below 55°F (13°C) should be protected with a heating coil. Without the ability to heat, a cooling unit can do nothing if the temperature in the cellar falls below

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