October 26, 2007, Newsletter Issue #92: Choose Correct Flooring In Residential Wine Cellars

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You residential wine cellar should have a flooring surface that is durable and solid. It should continue the overall design of your residential wine cellar, while still being able to sustain harsh flooring conditions. Carpet will not work in this space because it cannot stand up to frequent wine spills and constant moisture.
Common flooring choices in residential wine cellars include: hardwood, sealed concrete, tile or stone. All of these choices have a variety of styles from which to choose and can withstand the moisture and spills without deteriorating in an unreasonable amount of time.

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