In this article we’re going to be discussing the common question that we get asked here at Love Craft Wines.
Where exactly can you place a ?
Well, although this may seem like a simple question to answer, the meaning is somewhat ambigious, because it’s clear that some people are refering to the overall environment/setting where you can keep a refrigerators, whilst others are referring to the specific placement within the setting.
We’ll be addressing both of these today, alongside featuring some other frequently asked questions surrounding the topic.
There are several environments or settings that you can use a freestanign in. These will obviously vary due to your requirements, but we wanted to display some of these below.
Having your in the kitchen is the most popular option. Usually these are large units, which are full-length coolers.
The basement is another popular area to store your , as it’s cool and lacks natural light, which is especially good when storing , as natural light can damage over time.
Additionally, it means that you’re not cluttering your living space, with the unit being hidden away in the basement.
Storing your in the living/ is a good option for those who potentially lack the space in their kitchen and don’t have a basement.
This is only really possible if you have a sufficiently sized living room or .
Although this is a little more unusual, home bars are getting more popular. This is the perfect place to place your , giving your home bar a nice finishing touch.
Large-sized coolers are most commonly used in commercial environments, where large amounts of needs to be stored, as the bar/restaurant/hotel will have more of an increased demand for selling it.
units usually have ventilation located at the back of the physical frame, and this vent is responsible for making sure that the unit has enough airflow, and is able to maintain a consistent cool internally.
Because of this, these coolers have to be placed in locations where this airflow is unrestricted, so it requires an open space.
Therefore, these units cannot be used within an undercounter or built-in setting.
Alternatively, depending on how large the unit is, they are also appropiate for use as countertop coolers, as long as their ventilation is not restricted.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here we’ve done our best to address any frequently asked questions that we get asked; Please feel free to leave any we’ve potentially missed within the comments section, and we’ll answer it and add it to the list of FAQ’s.
Can a be built in?
No, a which has it’s vent located on the back or the sides cannot be installed within an undercounter or built-in setting… The reason for this is simply that it will compromise the unit’s airflow, and cause it to overheat.
Not only would this damage and potentially break the if done for long periods of time, but it would also jeoprodise the stored collection of .
However, it should be noted that a built-in (one that has a front-facing vent) is versatile in it’s ability to be placed in both a undercounter/built-in or position.