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Atlanta's Premier Wine Cellar Cooling Solutions for Perfect Wine Storage

Residential & Commercial Wine Cellar Cooling Solutions as Sophisticated as Your Collection.

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Atlanta’s Leader of Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Installation

Are you a wine enthusiast in search of a premier expert in wine cellar refrigeration in Atlanta? The Air Co. is your ideal partner. With extensive experience in installing wine cellar cooling units, we excel in crafting both family-friendly and luxurious wine storage solutions.

Our skilled team will collaborate with you to develop and implement a tailor-made wine cooling unit that aligns with your specific requirements and tastes. Rely on our professional installation services to maintain your wine collection at the optimal temperature for optimal preservation.

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Our Services

Cooling solutions for every collection.

From curated home collections to commercial storage solutions, our fully licensed technicians are equipped to service all types of wine storage systems.

We provide a full range of repair, maintenance, and installation services, ensuring unmatched quality and an exceptional client experience.

Our expert technicians will guide you through all your options so you can select the ideal fit for your collection. We provide free estimates on all services, and guarantee your complete satisfaction.

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Our Commitment to Quality

Safeguarding your investment for the long-term.

At The AIR Company of Georgia, we know that fine wines deserve special attention. Whether your wines are meant for everyday sipping or stored as a collection, we provide sophisticated solutions to ensure an ideal environment for your wines and safeguard your investment.

With an average of 17 years of experience, our expert technicians pride themselves on providing an exceptional experience for our clients. We offer solutions tailored to the unique needs of your collection. From repairs, to maintenance, to new system installations, we're here to ensure your cooling systems meet the same standard of quality as the fine wines they protect.

What Are Common Problems That Occur With Wine Coolers?


Temperature Control Issue

Temperature control problems in wine coolers often stem from faulty thermostats or sensors. If the thermostat is not reading temperatures accurately, it can cause the cooler to either overcool or not cool sufficiently, leading to wines being stored at suboptimal temperatures. Regular checks and calibrations of the thermostat are necessary to ensure accurate temperature settings are maintained.


Compressor Failure

The compressor is the heart of a wine cooler, responsible for circulating refrigerant and maintaining the required cooling conditions. Compressor failures can manifest as the unit not cooling at all or not being able to maintain consistent cooling. This can be due to wear and tear, overheating, or electrical issues affecting the compressor's operation.

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Leaks in a wine cooler can occur due to a breach in the refrigerant line or the water drain line. Refrigerant leaks lead to a drop in cooling efficiency and can be hazardous, while water leaks might cause damage to the structure around the cooler and increase humidity inside the unit, impacting the wine's quality.


Humidity Regulation Difficulties

Maintaining the correct humidity within a wine cooler is vital to prevent corks from drying out. If the humidity is too low, it can cause the corks to shrink, leading to air getting into the bottles and spoiling the wine. Conversely, high humidity can lead to mold growth. Humidifiers or dehumidifiers might need to be integrated depending on ambient conditions.


Frost & Ice Buildup

Excessive frost and ice buildup in a wine cooler typically indicates a problem with the defrost system or poor air circulation. Ice can block air flow, reducing the efficiency of the cooler and stressing the compressor. Regular defrosting and ensuring that the cooler is not overloaded can help mitigate this issue.

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