To get the line set and the condensate drain line out of the wine room to the remote condenser of the wine cellar refrigeration system, it’s a little bit of an obstacle. We actually have to trench out this porch area because the line set actually came out of the wall here to the original slate here and this stone. We trenched underground the line set that run over here to the condenser. Our guys did a great job in placing the stone back to its original condition.
So we are going to take a look at the remote condenser just to the left here. It’s 25 to 30 feet away from the original wine cellar itself. We trenched this as I’ve mentioned and we buried the line set and insulated it well.
Remote Condenser – Split Wine Cellar Refrigeration System
This is the actual remote condenser of the split wine cellar refrigeration system. At this time, we wait for it to anodize and we will paint it.
So what does that mean wait for it to anodize?
Well the metal right now is very shiny and very smooth. So if we actually put paint it, the paint will flake off and actually peel away. So we are going to give it about a month for it to anodize and kind of get roughed up and weather, and then paint it very lightly to match the house.
The client will also put some landscape here in front of this wall. So it’s very small, with the housing it’s 18 inches long, 12 inches tall, so this wine cellar refrigeration system is very, very small.
And it’s a beautiful house we’ve got here, amazing scene.
There’s the view, beautiful little valley here in Coto de Caza.
Just take a look at the valley there. I could cope with looking out of my bedroom in the morning and seeing a view like that!
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You can also watch the video of the finished Coto de Caza Wine Cellar Project at this YouTube page.
Completed Wine Cellar Coto de Caza California Project by Coastal