I am building a cabinet enclosed keezer and am losing sleep over this question.
On the one hand, I hear people say that putting a skin on the actual freezer will cause it to work too hard and overheat.
On the other hand, I hear people say that leaving an inch or two of air between (even with open vents at top and bottom) creates more insulation.
What is the best answer? Does it matter?
I've seen Jester's. I've seen Hop-Head's. two completely different philosophies.
Has anyone have any problems with either design?
If I were to leave space between the skin and the freezer wall, do I have to run a fan? I am not electric saavy at all. If I don't run a fan is it better to attach a thin veneer to the actual freezer wall?
This stuff is keeping me up at nights, haha.