How to Build a Cold Room?


To build a cold room a fairly inexpensive way, you just need some fiberglass and wood frame construction. It is wise to install a vapor barrier on the outside of the cold room to prevent condensation in the insulation. This is a great way to maintain a big produce supply or even fermenting beer! Boy does that sound good. Here's a great link with detailed instructions:
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Once you have decided where you want your cold room you are ready to start. You will need to well insulate all sides of the room. Remember that heat rises so make sure you double insulate the flooring. Most people use a cold room for their wine selection so make sure that when installing the wine racks that you do not break through to the installation. Some homeowners choose to put an air conditioner unit into the cold room. You can purchase a portable conditioner that will work great for this. A good humidifier is great to add to this room with the cold temperature you need to control the humidity. For more information look here:;
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