By Ava Renard. Wine Cellar Door. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 09:35:06 AM.
In choosing your wine door make sure that we keep the style we want to convey at the same time that we keep its function at its optimum level. Whatever the design is let us just make sure that it is well constructed and sealed to keep the humidity and temperature inside for your wine. If you want to go for a contemporary think about a glass cellar door wherein you can opt to have painted with the design of your choice or you can have it etched and for a cleaner look, go for a plain glass. Glass cellar doors are also good for keeping the temperature inside because they are thick and has sealed edges.
Door bottoms work by using a special mechanism that pulls the rubber bottom up when the door is opened. The rubber bottom then pops right back down just as soon the door is totally closed. It's the perfect choice especially when you have a carpeted floor on the swing side. Door bottoms combined with thresholds can form quite a good airtight seal. But if you don't want to see any transitions on your flooring design, door bottoms can perform well on its own.
A great way to compare door types is to use a tip often employed by those seeking to get a new front door. Take a picture of your cellar opening and then substitute the doorway image with various images of wine cellar doors. You can easily find various images of them online. If that doesn't work for you, simply talk to a professional. Tell him about your home and the kind of ambiance you hope to gain through a good wine cellar door. He or she should have some great suggestions for you.
Wooden wine doors should have rock-hard construction; by no means use a cavernous door as the entrance for your wine cellar. If you use a glass wine door, it should be double-paned to help keep exterior air out. The recommended thickness for wine room doors varies according to who you ask, but the minimum you should install for your wine cellar is one and three-quarter inches. If your wine cellar door is accessible to children or if you just want more security for your wines think about adding a lock to your door requirements.
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