I've always wanted a wine cellar, but they're hard to come by when you're house hunting, and it's not so easy to build a cellar for a house that's already built! That is, unless you call up Spiral Cellars. The design firm will essentially dig a hole in whatever room you want a cellar, with a trap door to match your flooring if you want, and install a wine cellar that you access via a spiral staircase beneath the floor. Depending on the size of your collection, you can choose from four depth options, allowing you to store up to 1,600 bottles. The cellar is insulated by the surrounding earth and has an air-flow system so that it requires no power to maintain its temperature. Essentially, it's similar to having a custom closet installed. It's a one-time cost, and then it's up to you to stock the cellar with your favorite wines!
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