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Archive for January, 2009

Thinking about Buying a Sauna?

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

A sauna can be a great addition to any home, but there are quite a few things to consider before making any purchase of this magnitude. What type of sauna will work bets in your home – a portable or a traditional? What type of heat will you use to operate your sauna – oil, gas, wood or infrared? Which type of sauna will be best for your financial situation?

The Health Benefits

A sauna can be relaxing and therapeutic, which can be very beneficial to your health. After a long, difficult day at the office the stress seems to just melt away after relaxing for just a few minutes in a sauna – having that option available to you right in your own home whenever you feel you need it is a wonderful feeling.

A sauna can also do wonders for your social life. Spending some time in the sauna with a few glasses of wine is one of the best possible ways to end up a romantic evening.

How Much Does it Cost

This used to be one of the biggest concerns for potential sauna owners. Traditional saunas can be very large, very expensive and costly to install and operate. Your home needed a convenient location for the sauna to be installed and the cost of the materials and labor made owning a sauna just a fantasy for an average, middle class family.

Now there are lightweight and inexpensive portable saunas that can easily be worked into houses or apartments with tight quarters that never would have comfortably housed a traditional sauna. The portable saunas can be easily and quickly installed, in fact you can often be using your new portable sauna the very same day it’s delivered. Portable saunas can be purchased, installed and operated for a fraction of what it would have cost for a traditional sauna.

Where will you put your Sauna?

Even though the new lightweight, portable saunas can fit in just about anywhere, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you shouldn’t carefully select the best possible location for your sauna. If the climate is suited for it, you can install your have an outdoor sauna of your home on a small deck, but you have to consider a place to store the necessary amenities like towels as well as a place to change that’s out of the public eye.

In doors it’s advisable to have your sauna close to a bathroom for cleaning up and changing, or at the very least a changing area with a shower stall and some storage for towels, robes and a change of clothes.

Your sauna is meant to be the ultimate source for relaxation; you don’t want to put it in a place that makes anything about the experience inconvenient. If everything that you need for your sauna time is right within reach, it will make the experience that much more relaxing and you’ll be much more likely to use it frequently.

Ability to Customize

If you’ve got the money and the space available you can make your sauna and surround as extravagant as you would like. Your imagination is the only limitation to the theme you can create with your sauna space if you’ve got the funds and a large enough area to transform.

The thought of buying a sauna can be a little intimidating, just because of the infinite amount of options available to you. You need to do your research and put that together with some careful planning before making your final decision as to which sauna will be the best for your situation. The right sauna will add both value to your home and increase your overall quality of life, so take the time to look at and consider all of the options available before making your final decision.

 

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