DIY Refrigerator Root Cellar

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Do you have an old refrigerator that no longer works or are replacing an old unit with something that is new? A great way to reuse an old refrigerator is to make a refrigerator root cellar. This is a great way to keep food like fruits and vegetables cool.

A refrigerator root cellar is not complicated to set up. The hardest part is digging out the area where the unit will be placed. You can dig by hand or use a machine, if you have one available. The excavation is one of the most important steps when setting up a this type of unit. You need to have a hole that is about six feet deep.

When you are in a basement, then you know it is often cooler than the ground level. This is the reason why a refrigerator root cellar is effective. The unit is far enough below ground to remain cool on hot summer days.

You can find details about setting up a refrigerator root cellar on here…

DIY Refrigerator Root Cellar

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