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Technical Tuesday Episode #531: Smart Choices W/ Premium Redwood

July 6th, 2021

Here’s a classic question for you wine cellar fans out there: what kind of wood would you choose for your wine racks? It seems like a simple question, but it actually requires a lot of thought to arrive at a smart choice. After all, there are so many types of wood out there. What would be your foremost priorities? Would price be a big factor in your decision? Are you after a certain appearance for your wine racks? These are valid concerns and that’s why it’s important to look into the details. Today’s Tech Tuesday shows us a great example of how knowing your wood will yield the best results:

Project # 323940
Wood: Custom / Premium Redwood
Bottle Capacity: 2094
Where: Walla Walla, WA
Stain: Unstained

Smart choices with Premium Redwood!Clients’ robust wine collection called tor a wine cellar that can accommodate a few thousand bottles. So they opted to go the custom route. Our design team equipped the room with wall to wall racking. See how the wine racks were installed from floor to ceiling, really maximizing the space. This layout frees up a of floor area so the room doesn’t look cramped even with clients’ large collection.

Now let’s talk about the wood option. After consultations with our team, clients went for Premium Redwood for their racks. Premium Redwood is indeed a smart move, whether it’s a small or large project. There is absolutely no question when it comes to quality. It is durable, highly resilient, and it is a clear grade of wood. That means it has no knots. But quality aside, there are also those who go for Premium Redwood because of the variety of colors. Note that it includes wood from all parts of the log. That means you get a range of beautiful hues, from white to pink to red and reddish brown. Let’s also not forget that Redwood in general is probably the most eco-friendly wood option out there. WCI Redwood, in particular, is SFI-certified. With SFI certification, customers are assured that the Redwood they buy has been harvested in an environmentally sound manner. For its price, there is no doubt Premium Redwood gets you your money’s worth – and more! *Cheers*