July 7, 2006, Newsletter Issue #28: Wine Cellar Construction -- Flooring

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The walls, ceiling, and insulation aren't the only things to think about when you begin to think about wine cellar construction. What's underfoot is pretty important, too!

The wood and shelving you use in your wine cellar construction should be moisture resistant, and so should your flooring.

Brick, tile, and stone all make excellent choices. In addition, they offer many design choices to blend with your shelving and racks to create a beautiful and lasting environment for your stellar wine collection.

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