April 23, 2010, Newsletter Issue #220: Split Installation Process of Refrigeration Units

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Most wine cellars have refrigeration units to store bottles of wine in addition to the wine cellar cooling unit, which keeps the cellar at the proper temperature. Any wine cooling or refrigeration system should be installed in the wine cellar ONLY after the room has been completely dry walled. However, if possible, the initial wiring for both systems should be run while the wine cellar is in the rough framing process. If you plan to run both systems, focus more on efficiency and the correct process of installation versus the cost of splitting up the initial process. This will benefit you most once the wine project has been completed.

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