Wine Cellars

Wine Cellar Maintenance & Repair

We can help protect your wine investment with our wine cellar maintenance plan. Many cooling equipment problems can often be detected before breakdowns actually occur. An annual maintenance tune-up can prevent unexpected failures of your wine cooling equipment, as well as prolong equipment life and performance. 

The following is a list of the wine cellar maintenance items we perform:

  • Adjust thermostat calibration
  • Check refrigerant pressure
  • Monitor cooling cycle
  • Tighten electrical components
  • Measure volts/amps
  • Clean evaporator coil
  • Clean condensate drains
  • Visually inspect mechanical components
  • Check for proper temperature
  • Check for proper air flow


  • Industry standard 1-year warranty
  • Extended warranty on compressor
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New Wine Cellar Consultation Process

1) Custom Cellar Consultation
Schedule appointment with client, designer, various contractors and others involved in creating wine room.

2) Custom Cellar Design
Measurements, dimensions, heat load calculation, choice of wood, and desired budget discussed.

3) Review Process
Review design, materials, demolition, insulation, refrigeration, and climate controls. Overview of wine cellar specifications. Schedule start date and finalize cost of project.

4) Sign Off and Deposit
Once reviewed with approval, signature and deposit on approved proposal required to begin project.

5) Check Manufacturer for Materials/Demo
Order equipment and materials needed for wine cellar project. Demo project area and prepare for refrigeration rough-in, foam insulation, preparation for wine cellar design.

6) Installation and Design Completed
Start up of custom wine cellar. Workmanship inspected by client for complete satisfaction of installation.

Wine cellar images are the copyright of Dallas-based Crescer Designs.

Wine Temperature Tips

Different types of wine should be stored at different temperatures.

  • Champagne and sparkling wine: 43-47°
  • White wines, including blush, rose and dry: 46-57°
  • Light, airy red wine: 55°
  • Deep, rich red wine: 59-66°

I am a general  contractor specializing in high end wine rooms. Air and humidity control are vital to keep wine from going bad. Sometimes the wine collected by my clients turns into a very important investment and could amount into the tens of thousands. I have done this for many years, and since the beginning I have trusted the refrigeration to the guys at Air Mechanix. I will never work with another company. Air Mechanix takes real pride in their job and every time delivers nothing short of perfection. They are knowledgeable and experienced — in fact, most of what I know about wine conservation was taught to me by them. Thanks Bobbi and Dale for many years of satisfied customers.

Felipe G.