May 9, 2008, Newsletter Issue #120: Protecting Your Cellar

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Wine cellar construction must follow certain guidelines to ensure the protection of your wine collection. Regardless of where your cellar is located, much of the wine cellar construction will take insulation, framing, sheathing, and other types of barriers into account. For example, a thin layer of polyethelene will most likely be used on the warm sides of walls and ceilings as a vapor barrier. Even the types of paints or stains you select for your wine cellar should be both moisture and mildew resistant.

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