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London Audio Ltd
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the framing of the wall. The unit cools and controls humidity in the cellar, while exhausting heat into the exhaust room that I mentioned before. The exhaust room has to be large enough to absorb this heat.
style of lighting you choose is paramount. Normal incandescents and halogen bulbs emit a lot of heat — way too much for a cellar. There are many incredible LED lighting options, which emit virtually no heat. Track lights, puck lights and LED strip lights can all light a space in interesting ways and
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R Brant Design
Camino Santander, Santa Fe Residence
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Heat a fantastic tasting, wine, gathering room!
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Stotler Design Group
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Suzie - We can do a heat load calculation to figure out the right cooling system for you which obviously depends on price. (Here are some factors that we need to know: http://www.winecellarinnovations.com/ref_splitref.htm ) But you can give me a call at 714-349-7118 and I can grab some of your information
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glass wall/door, LED lights important because they dont' generate heat
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Brandon Architects, Inc.
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I love the accent lighting installed in the floor and ceiling. What kind of lighting is it? Is it low voltage to avoid heat on the wine? Is the floor raised or is it low-profile lighting? Thanks!
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Steven Mueller Architects, LLC
Wine Room
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is critical and you don't want the wine bottles exposed to direct light. LED lights use 80% less power, produce no UV radiation, generate almost no heat which makes them ideal for wine cellars.: https://www.wineracks.com/catalog/led-lighting-c-63/?utm_source=Houzz&utm_medium=Post&utm_campaign=LED%20Lighting
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Brian Gille Architects, Ltd.
Garden District Renovation
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Built in patio seating
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