Guide to Purchasing Custom Wine Racks in Arizona

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Custom wine cellars in Phoenix, Arizona, whether residential or commercial, need custom wine racks installed. Wine racks are not only the safest place to rest your wine collection but also a beautiful way to display them. Modular wine kit racks are becoming more popular these days. There are various kinds of custom wine racks on the market. Here are things you need to consider before purchasing wine racks:

1. Check the Materials Used for the Custom Wine Racks

Be careful of buying wine racks that are made from materials that compromise quality. Never purchase custom wine racks that use plastic cleats/hardware. Wine racks that use plastic cleats/hardware not only look substandard but also are not durable even for short-term use. Choose wine racks that utilize wood cleats because these make sure that installation is secure.

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Wine racks can be made of plastic, metal, glass, or wood. Metal and wooden wine racks are the most durable. Wooden wine racks are very popular and if you do decide to choose wooden wine racks for your wine storage room, make sure that the racks are made from quality wood species. Some modular wine racks are made of softwood, which may be a lot cheaper compared to racks made of hardwood, but these are easily damaged over time. Softwood usually does not do well under even ideal wine cellar conditions. Examples of the most common hardwoods used for wooden wine racks include Mahogany, Redwood, and Pine.

2. Research the Wine Rack Manufacturer

Most of the time the quality of modular wine racks depends on the competence of the manufacturer. The wine rack designer and builder you choose should be knowledgeable about the essentials of proper wine storage. You might lose an entire wine collection if you have inferior wine racks installed in your wine cellar in Arizona. Review the previous wine cellar and wine rack projects completed by that company and check clients’ testimonials.

Custom Wine Cellars Phoenix is one of the most experienced local companies when it comes to supplying and installing custom wine racks in Phoenix, AZ. We are knowledgeable in designing and constructing wine racks, we take into consideration various factors involved such as bottle size, cellar use, structural integrity, aesthetics, etc.

3. Beveled Blocks are Important

When choosing which modular wine racks to purchase, you need to check for beveled blocks. Blocks are the small horizontal wood pieces that your wine bottles will rest on; beveled means that the edges of the blocks are smoothed. If the edges are not smoothed, they can damage the wine bottle labels. Generally, wine collectors want to show off their favorite wines and ergo the labels to their guests. Make sure that the wine rack blocks are beveled so that the labels of your wine bottles remain intact.

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4. Choose Modular Wine Racks that are Continually Being Made

One of the many benefits of choosing modular wine racks is that you can expand them in the future as your wine collection grows over time. But this future expansion of your modular racking is only possible if the wine racks that you chose will still be available.

Choose wine racks that have a long history of being made so that even after ten years, they will still be available and you can expand your wine racking system.

5. Beware of Off-Gassing

Off-gassing refers to the process wherein wood, finishes, and other materials emit chemicals into the air that can damage the wines in your residential wine cellar in Arizona.

As much as style and design are important, you want to make sure that the wood and paints used for your modular wine racks do not release noxious gases or fumes.

6. Think about Environmental Sustainability

Wooden wine racks in Phoenix, Arizona are made from choice woods. Choose a wine rack builder that is responsible for their use of wood resources. This is one way of ensuring that future generations can still enjoy the benefits of using these choice wood species for their custom wine cellars.

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