AABC Custom Wine Cellars High Quality Wooden Wine Racks

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AABC Custom Wine Cellars High Quality Wooden Wine Racks

It is of paramount importance the kind of wine cellar builder that you are going to choose. A reliable wine cellar builder should:

  1. Have experience in the field
  2. Choose the best materials for your budget
  3. Be an expert in cooling systems
  4. Have a proven record of past jobs
  5. Be local

We believe here in AABC Custom Wine Cellars we offer all of the mentioned points.

Our Experience Building Wine Cellars

We have been building wine cellars since the 1980’s. WE have solid experience in building wine cellars and in cooling systems installations.

Choose the best materials for your budget

We have the same providers of wood for many years. We have stablished a trusting relationship with them. They provided the best kind of wood for our projects. They deliver on time and with the highest quality standards.

Why do we use wood in wine cellars?

Traditional wine cellars are build using wood. One of the reasons of choosing wood is because the aesthetics. Wood has a cozy warm feeling for your wine cellar. Wood looks elegant and it is a classic for building a solid wine cellar. We have different choices for wood: Mahogany, black walnut, and white oak.

Mahogany
Our favorite choice! It is a straight grained, reddish-brown timber, indigenous to United States. There are three different sources of Mahogany: Honduran, West Indian and Swietenia Humilis.

Besides Mahogany’s beautiful presentation. Mahogany is durable, the color is amazing and resists the cold temperatures that your wine cellar needs to have.

The name Mahogany was associated with the islands of West Indies who were under British Control.

Mahogany is synonymous of luxury since English furniture makers Chippendale, Hepplewhite, and Sheraton from the late 1700s. There are many pieces in perfect condition in our time. You can appreciate how durable this wood is. Mahogany provides a tight grain that readily accepts any finish.  

Black Walnut

The United States Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) is a unique species of hardwood. It is characterized by having a rich brown lustrous heartwood with a grain pattern that categorizes itself in between graining woods like oak and uniform textured woods such maple and poplar. One of its assets is a natural resistance to decay and insects.

The best places to find walnut are in Ohio and Iowa. These estates have rich, deep, moist soils.

Black Walnut is a good wood for shaping and the best of any commercial hardwood species for turning. It is a light weight wood but strong. It holds its shape thru time.

White Oak

White Oak’s scientific name is Quercus Alba. It is commonly grown in Easter United States. This wood is characterized by to a light to medium brown cast. The sapwood is not always sharply demarcated from the heartwood. It has prominent ray fleck patterns. White Oaks’ grain is straight with a coarse uneven texture. White Oak has a distinctive odor. Most of clients find that smell appealing.

White Oak is a strong, beautiful, rot resistant, easy to work and economical wood. It is widely used in cabinet and furniture making.

AABC will go to your home and advice you what type of wood we have for your selection. We will give you a free estimate. We never charge for going to your house and look at the place where you want to build the wine cellar of your dreams. Let us contact you or call us at 713-224-3333

Be an expert in cooling systems

We have an air conditioner license in Houston, Texas. We are accredited experts in cooling systems. AABC has been working in commercial and residential air conditioning systems since the 80s.

We use commercial grade cooling systems made in USA. Our labor is not subcontracted. Our technicians are in-house experts in cooling systems.

Have a Proven Record of Past Works

We have a section about testimonials from our past clients. We invite you to visit that page. More references are available upon request.

Be Local

We are a Houston based business. We build all the wine cellars here in our shop located in 2019 Clay Street Houston, Texas 77003. We have in-house expert wood craftsman’s and expert technicians on cooling systems. We invite you to visit our shop.

We just do not believe in hiring or subcontracting temporary workers. We have a relationship of trust between our employees. We hire the best people to do their jobs. We want to keep them in-house. We want to give you the best quality work and service.

AABC will go to your home and advice you what type of wood we have for your selection. We will give you a free estimate. We never charge for going to your house and look at the place where you want to build the wine cellar of your dreams. Let us contact you or call us at 713-224-3333


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