Cellar Doors


The term "cellar door" is one that has stuck around for some time, although it now has very little meaning, like the term "hanging the phone," for example. We no longer hang phones on the wall, but we still use the term. Anyway, back to basement doors. The term seems to be primarily Australian, as wineries around the world don't use it as often.

Historically, wine was made, stored and aged underground. As cold storage technology was not yet developed, building subway cellars was the best way to obtain a stable cool temperature.  People would knock on cellar doors to alert winemakers to their presence. Over time, cellar doors became areas set aside for tastings and sales.

Why go to a cellar door?

Visiting a cellar door has many advantages. First, visiting the cellar doors is the best way to get to know the wineries. Most wineries will not allow you to simply arrive and start wandering their grounds. Instead, they will welcome you into their cellars.

We can fix commercial doors and, we also supply and install new roll up doors and other types of steel doors such as steel basement doors, which can be found in many NYC stores. There is no "good time" for a door to get stuck. Whether it's a broken basement door in New York, preventing you from accessing your basement, or repairing a broken commercial overhead door, dealing with a broken door can be frustrating. But there is no need to worry, you are lucky you found us. We have emergency service, and same day repairs in New York, and we'll make sure you don't get stuck outside your store, or have to stay inside all night. We have many teams of door/gate and basement door installers in NYC, ready to come help you.