Texas Wine Cellar Builders
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Dallas Texas Design Under Stairs Custom Wine Cellars Builder – Burke
Lyles Custom Wine Cellar – McKinney Nr Dallas, Texas
Residential Custom Wine Cellars Dallas Fort Worth – Westlake
Contemporary Residential Custom Wine Cellars Dallas Texas – Griffith
Mahogany Wine Cellar John’s Dallas Closet Cellar Conversion
Wine Cellars Dallas Texas, Wine Closet Conversion – Howell
Residential Custom Wine Cellars Dallas Texas Lucas – Nelson
See what’s happening in and around Dallas. Wine room designs include design drawings, cooling system details and styling features. Great for ideas. Take advantage of our Free 3D Cellar design drawing package.
Wine Cellar SPeCialists Dallas Texas is the recent winner of Houzz’s 2013 “Best of Remodeling” Customer Satisfaction award. The Best of Houzz 2013 award is based on reviews and ratings conducted by Houzz’s more than 11 million monthly users.
The Best of Houzz 2013 award recognizes professionals who come up with unique and inspiring home designs, provide excellent customer service, and timely delivery of high quality results.
There are two categories to Houzz’s Best of Houzz awards: Customer Satisfaction and Design. The winners for the Customer Satisfaction category are rated by homeowners, based on their working experience with remodelers and designers. The works of Design awardees were favored by millions of Houzz users and were added to their personal ideabooks via the Houzz website or mobile apps.
The Houzz platform showcases different works of various top notch professionals like Wine Cellar SPeCialists Dallas in 360-degree imaging. These visuals give homeowners an opportunity to evaluate and determine which home improvement professionals best meet their design objectives. The platform also allows homeowners to interact directly with design professionals.
Best of Houzz 2013 is considered as the benchmark for exceptional renovation and interior decoration of residential structures. Professional images found on personal ideabooks of Houzzers (or Houzz users) serve as strong artistic influences and set a creative trend in the field of remodeling and design around the world.
A closer inspection of Houzz ideabooks will reveal the latest thing in residential decorating: a garage being converted into a home office or playspace; open showers with plenty of natural light and glass doors; outdoor spaces that are equipped with fireplaces and firepits; installing intricate wall treatments on entryways; and laundry rooms that feature stained glass and bold wallpapers to give the space a homey feel.
Wine Cellar SPeCialists Dallas is owned and founded by Nancy Noga. The company specializes in wine cellar design and wine cellar construction for residential and commercial properties. Wine Cellar SPeCialists Dallas provides design and consultation services, construction of custom wine racks, and installation of climate control wine cellar refrigeration, flooring, and cellar doors.
The company has years of experience in the custom wine cellars industry. Wine Cellar SPeCialists Dallas is committed to providing exceptional service and results to their clients. As a testament to their professional diligence, they have reaped awards and accolades over the years for their exquisite wine cellar design. Winning the Best of Houzz 2013 award is another added achievement under their belt.
Houzz was founded in 2009. It is an online photo database of more than one million professional images that aims to guide homeowners in building, renovating, and decorating their properties. They released an iPhone/iPad app as well as an Android version of the software. To date, Houzz has a list of 1.5 million residential remodeling professionals that can help transform dreams into reality which makes Wine Cellar SPeCialist one in 1.5 million!
Wine Cellar Specialists, Dallas based wine cellar builders are proud to announce that we were winners of a 2012 Dallas Builders Association Award. The award was given for our innovative Custom Wine Cellars Project described below. This award is given to Dallas based Associates, Remodelers and Custom Builders for both custom building and renovation work.
This wine room renovation project was a former kitchen pantry. After removing the shelving, walls and ceiling, we installed the lines for a split purpose built wine cellar cooling system with the evaporator coil inside the cellar (hidden by a grill cover and box that matches the racks) and a compressor in the garage.
At Wine Cellar Specialists we always ensure that our wine cellars are built to last, efficient and trouble free. To that end we added a vapor barrier and insulation as well as green board interior walls. The wine room’s walls were also painted with a latex paint of the homeowner’s choice of color.
We supplied a special wine cellar door with operable wrought iron in red oak. We custom matched the stain color to the existing kitchen cabinets to create a seamless and great look.
The custom wine racking design was custom manufactured in mahogany and finished with a clear satin lacquer. We used a waterfall rack on the left side of the wine storage area. A solid double deep ‘X’ bin with tabletop, finished off with a horizontal display rack. 750 ml individual bottle racks with a high reveal display row. We included a tall single deep solid horizontal display rack on the right wall, under the grill cover and box which hides the cooling system.
The Dallas Builders Association, originally chartered in 1944, is a local trade association representing all segments of the residential building industry in the Metropolitan Dallas area. Their mission, to enhance their members’ ability to provide safe, affordable, quality housing to citizens in local communities is one we are proud to add value to. The Association is chartered by the State of Texas as a non-profit trade organization.
The Dallas Builders Association Primary Activities Include:
- Promoting positive public policy through active participation in the legislative and regulatory processes
- Providing industry information and education to the members and the public
- Enhancing the positive image of the industry and the members through training and encouraging ethical behavior and professional standards
- Making membership in the Association an essential element of a successful residential building industry company.
Wine lovers, people who enjoy collecting wine and holding wine tasting parties are generally on the increase. All over the country we notice this phenomenon, wine cellar builders and designers are busy.
The demand though for custom wine cellars in both residential and commercial properties such as specialist wine stores is particularly strong in the Chicago, Illinois area.
What is causing wine lovers to congregate around Chicago is a mystery to us. Do you have an opinion? Share it with us in the comments section below.
Watch the video below for some examples of recent Chicago residential wine cellars and commercial rooms we have design and constructed in the Chicago area.
Wine Cellar Specialists Chicago’s most experienced Wine Cellar Designers
The process of designing and building your own wine cellar can be complex and tedious, but with the help of Wine Cellar Specialists, the fulfillment of your dream wine cellar becomes easier and more enjoyable too. Let us discuss one by one the wine cellar projects we have done for clients who once only dreamed, but are now relishing the beauty and comfort of their own wine cellars.
We have created various types of wine cellars (traditional and modern) for wine stores, hotels, restaurants and residences in different parts of Texas and Chicago as well as many other areas of the country. As a rule, we always try to make every project as unique as possible.
We begin the wine cellar design process by assigning our clients a specialist who will be guiding and working with you from the beginning to the completion of your wine cellar project, and even after that. A free consultation will be given to make the clients understand the whole concept of wine storage.
One of the most interesting wine cellar projects we did was the Anil Custom Wine Cellar Naperville, Illinois. The wine cellar is built in the entertainment and bar area, where the space is a bit small.
The Anil project was actually a closet conversion type. We carefully planned the set up and made sure that the small space provided would be effectively converted to an elegant wine storage area. With the challenge of having a limited space, we were able to create a wine cellar that can house up to 497 wine bottles with the added lighting effect and wine racks made of premium redwood.
Another exciting project we had was Dave’s Custom Wine Cellar, which was constructed in the basement of his beautiful home in Palos
Heights, Illinois. This custom wine cellar is constructed with Premium Redwood custom wine racks. The choice of wine rack designs add elegance to this wine room and they include curved true radius solid x bins, corner wine racks and solid archway with led lighting and display rows. Wine Cellar Specialists further enhanced the look of the wine cellar by using the client’s own wine barrel, making it into a table top and a peninsula type of tasting table.
A contemporary residential wine cellardesign is the inspiration of the Griffith Dallas Texas Custom Wine Cellar project.
The challenge in this project was the small closet space that we had to work with. WCS and the client decided to go for a contemporary style by using metal wine racks in black with a fully climate controlled system. The metal wine racks are ideal space savers and they create a modern look of wine storage where the wine racking system stores wines from floor to ceiling.Wine Cellar Specialists created a lot of other unique custom wine cellars in Illinois, Texas, Washington, Atlanta, New Jersey, Michigan and more. Check them out here:
Besides grapes, there are many other fruits that can be made into surprisingly delicious wines. Wine collectors, often with whole room residential custom wine cellars dedicated to their collections are finding these can make a great addition to the diversity of their collections.
Crops typically used in making fruit wines include apples, plums, raspberries, cherries, peaches, blackberries, pineapples, pears and even watermelons. Should you attempt to make these types of wines yourself it’s important to make sure you pick overripe fruits but avoid those with too many bruises.
Fruit wines can be made from any plant matter capable of being fermented. In order to achieve the desired taste and aroma, some of these products need honey or sugar to be added to them. Fruit wine making involves many of the same techniques used in making grape wines. When made commercially there is a machine that gets rid of the stalks and washes off the bugs etc. and in some wineries juice is separated from the skins through a crusher.
The fruit juice is then put into a fermenting container. Yeast can be found naturally in some fruits (such as grapes) and can also be produced through laboratory processes on other fruits. Yeast consumes the available sugar in juice and converts that sugar into 50% alcohol. The process called Chaptalization helps increase the alcohol content of the finished wine.
The fermentation process then begins. Most winemakers leave the pulp in the juice for the first 7 days to add character and deepen the wine’s color.
In the process of making fruit wines, there are necessary adjustments that must be made to the acidity of the fruit juice, the amount of fruit used per gallon, and the amount of available sugar. Sometimes, tannin or acid must be added to balance the taste, thus producing great tasting fruit wines at the standard you expect for your wine cellar.
The wine-making hydrometer is a device that not only helps determine the amount of sugar in your juice, but the amount of sugar needed to provide the sweetness you want in your wine and the amount of alcohol that sugar can produce as well.
Typically non-grape-based wines cannot be stored for a very long time. Some need to be consumed within 12 months of their production because they lack the natural yeast present in grapes. This potentially limited aging and life span should be taken into account when racking in your wine room. In order to promote further fermentation, phosphorus, nitrogen or potassium must be added.
An example of fruit wine is plum wine, which is famous in Korea and Japan. Other popular fruit wines include pineapple wine, cherry wine, banana wine, raspberry wine and apple wine.
Fruit wines are perfect for any occasion, an excellent addition to your wine rooms‘ selection and can provide unique flavors and aromas. You can even make fruit wines at home by following simple wine making processes.
Not everyone has the budget or space available in their home to convert an entire room into a dedicated custom wine cellar. The choices for those people has typically been to buy a kit wine rack and then try to figure out how to assemble it. Often unfinished and looking like a grid of wood pieces these products do not necessarily work in every home.
Announcing a new type of wine storage solution – Modular Wine Racks from Kessick
These products have more of a furniture look, come fully finished with lighting and are built in a very strong type of mahogany called Sapele. Perfect for taking with you should you move home, these modular wine racks are built to last a lifetime.
See our new Kessick Modular Wine Racks page and watch the video tour of all the options. At Wine Cellar Specialists we believe these products add significantly to our wine furniture and wine cellar design options and we believe you will too!
If you have asked yourself if you need a wine cellar in your home, then you already have your answer. Just asking the question means that you have gone beyond the normal wine drinker who may have a few bottles on hand for the occasional dinner party or night in.
Because a home wine cellar (and, let’s face it, wine) is an investment, you should be thinking about the type of custom wine cellar you want in your home, not just whether you want one. Your wine cellar should grow with you and your collection, and unless you’re not planning to sell your home, then your wine room should be built in such a way that it will appeal to someone other than you.
A Residential Custom Wine Cellar may be a nice incentive for someone buying a home, so make sure it has broad appeal.
One benefit to having a wine cellar of your own, is it allows you to buy wine in bulk. Wine by the case is less expensive than one or two bottles. Wine by the case is also less expensive when it is young, and if you know wine (and if you want a wine cellar in your home, then you must know wine), these young wines, once mature, will taste better and result in a larger return on your investment. It also allows you to purchase larger quantities of a wine that you discover and particularly enjoy, to assure that you will be able to have a stock of it for the future.
If your wine cellar will be used just for storage, then think about how many bottles of wine you currently have as well as how many bottles of wine you plan to accumulate. Your cellar should be able to grow with you and your collection. Make sure you can maximize the bottle storage for the space you have. If you want a wine room and think that you just don’t have the space, look around at unused areas. Do you have a stairwell? And, if you do, can you build out underneath it? Unused closets? Maybe you use it to build out a cellar.
Where you build the room will be dictated by the ability to install your climate control system. Controlling the temperature is critical to ensuring your collection is protected and continues to grow in value.
If you have considered building a wine cellar in your home, then don’t ask yourself if you should build one; ask, instead, how big you want it to be and what will go inside of it.