A short video on how to make a simple walk-in cooler for your home. This type of cooler can be used for flowers, wine or storing vegetables. The overall cost is less than $300 and takes a couple of days to complete.
It measures 12 feet long by 5 feet deep. It was constructed from 10-foot tall by 42 inches wide insulated panels. Each panel was 4 inches of foam sandwiched between 2 sheets of steel. These panels are the real deal, the same type of material used for walk-in coolers at Costco. A portable, 12,000 BTU, air conditioner will be used for the cooling unit.
The story behind this project was my spouse wanted an alternative to buying another cooler for her wedding business. A standard sliding two door cooler retails used for around $1500. We already have one unit that works fine, but fills up fast with big flower arrangements.

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