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BILD 800 Wine Room Black, #7343

BILD 800 Wine Room Black (P/N 7343). With stained hardwood racking for 800 bottles, BILD wine rooms are perfect blends of function and value. These wine cabinets feature durable, durable melamine laminates on all exterior surfaces, thermal and UV protection, and advanced wine cellar refrigeration by CellarPro Cooling Systems. All panels are framed and insulated with high-density foam, and wood wine racks are efficiently sized to accommodate oversized bottles.

BILD 800 racking is located on the left and right walls for easy access. At the top of the wine racks, both sides offer bulk storage space for oversized bottles like Magnums and large Champagne bottles.

Placement requirements: The cooling unit, mounted on the left or right side of the wine room, requires ample clearance behind and above the unit for proper air circulation. The location must be sufficiently large for the hot air generated by the cooling unit to dissipate. BILD wine rooms should not be placed in environments that exceed 95°F or fall below 50°F. Door must be locked to ensure an airtight seal.

BILD wine rooms and cabinets require assembly. All assembly hardware is included with your purchase.

  • Capacity: 800 Bottles
  • Sizing: noinfofound

Price: $4,595.00

Curbside Delivery - $500 Flat Rate

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BILD 800 walk-in wine rooms come with supercharged CellarPro 1800XTS cooling units, all-wood Universal racking, double-pane tinted glass windows, locks, and lights. Our BILD Series are packed and shipped flat, and offer tremendous value and savings with many of the same features as our more expensive Le Cache wine cabinets.

  • Durable Black Melamine Finish
  • 3 3/4-inch Stained Hardwood Racking
  • Tinted double-pane glass
  • Stainless bar pull and security locks
  • CellarPro 1800XTS wine cooling unit (made in USA)
  • Electronic Thermostat and Digital Display
  • Adjustable Humidity Control
  • Energy-Saver and Quick-Chill Modes
  • Audible and Visual Alarms
  • Choice of Top or Rear-Vent Exhaust
  • High Performance Air Filtration System
  • Low-heat interior light
  • Optional bottle probe
  • Five-year warranty on the cooling system
  • One-year warranty on entire cabinet
  • Optional Extended Warranty
  • In-stock items ship within 2-3 days


BILD 800 wine cabinets come with CellarPro's powerful 1800XTS cooling unit, which is included in the price of the wine cabinet.

The cooling unit can be configured with top-exhaust or rear-exhaust, and can be mounted on the left side or right side of the wine room. Please note: regardless of the configuration, there must be ample space above and behind the cooling unit for proper air circulation. The space must be sufficiently large for the hot air generated by the cooling unit to dissipate without recirculating its own hot air.


The cooling unit plugs into a standard wall outlet, and the outlet should be on a dedicated circuit. The components of the cooling unit draw 3 amps, and the electric outlet on the side of the cooling unit also is rated for 3 amps. The cord extends 6 1/2 feet from the back of the cabinet. If an extension cord is used, it should be 14-gauge wire or thicker, grounded, and as short as possible. We recommend using a surge protector rated at 15 amps or more. Under no circumstances should the wine cabinet share a circuit with another motor or compressor-based appliance, like a wine cooler, fridge or air conditioner.

Because of the significant weight of your wine cabinet, it is important that it be placed on a hard surface, otherwise the cabinet may become skewed if the doors settle unevenly over time. If you will be placing your cabinet on thick carpeting, consider placing a carpet board underneath the wine cabinet.

After loading your wine cabinet with wine bottles, it will be extremely heavy. When selecting a location for your cabinet, make sure that the floor underneath is strong enough to support the weight of the cabinet.

CellarPro cooling units are designed to handle temperatures ranging from 50 to 95F.

The cooling unit generates hot air that must be exhausted in such a way that it won't be recirculated by the cooling unit. If the hot air cannot be dissipated or channeled properly, and the cooling unit is forced to recycle its own hot air, the cooling unit will be unable to maintain cold temperatures inside the wine cabinet and/or it will run all the time.

BILD wine rooms and cabinets require assembly. All assembly hardware is included with your purchase.

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The Thing is a Monster!

Just thought I would give you a brief update.

The thing is a monster...my neighbors were thinking I had a new cardboard car in my garage. Well, the delivery was painless. The drivers maneuvered the beast into the garage with little effort. After unwrapping and pulling the packing (which was very well done as I found no issues with the pieces due to shipping). My wife and I were able to get a few of the pieces to the basement where the unit is installed. I enlisted the help of my neighbor for the four big pieces which were, surprisingly, not too heavy. With all the pieces in the basement, I proceeded to start the assembly. getting the walls up was not too difficult (getting all the nuts screwed done was a bit of a challenge due to the tight space, a Sears ratchet wrench may have been useful). With the walls up, my neighbor and I lifted the roof into place with my son and wife bracing the walls. Once in place, we bolted it together and moved to the back wall. This was what I expected to be a real challenge...fit twenty or so pegs into holes all at once. Again to my surprise, it slid in fairly easily (with a little persuasion from the rubber mallet). Got that and the front bolted down, door installed and called it a day. Next, I installed the cooling unit and started on the wine racking. The racking went together with no issues (another surprise in a growing list). Put the racking in the room and turned on the cooling. Seems to be running pretty well so far. Total time invested in install is probably 12 - 14 hours.

Just a comment on the construction of this wine room...it is great. The assembly was great (considering the size of this thing, it was easy!). The quality of the materials is very good, the walls are sturdy as are the racks. All told this is a great unit (from a build perspective). Only complaint I can even try to bring up is that the caps for the bolt holes on the inside of the unit are dark brown while the interior is a lighter color...makes them stand out more than they should (sorry had to come up with something).

Now, the task is to move the wine into the room, a task for the weekend. I will follow-up with some comments on the performance and a few pictures of the room when I can.

Michael L

Novi, MI