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We specialize in the factory direct sales of Saunas, Sauna Kits, Pre-Fab Saunas, Sauna Heaters and Infrared Saunas. Whether you are building your own home sauna or are looking for a pre-fab or infrared sauna, we will take care of your entire sauna needs.
The benefits of saunas and steambaths are widely reported. From relieving stress and soothing tired muscles to health improvements related to “induced fever” and detoxification. These benefits can be realized by the use of different types of rooms.
We offer infrared Saunas. The benefits of taking a sauna can be achieved with each. Which type of sauna is best suited for you is a personal decision. Your choice may be influenced by particular health concerns; a certain exercise regimen, space restrictions, social aspects or home decor plans.
Traditional saunas provide a more intense environment with extreme temperatures and blasts of hyper-steam from splashing the rocks. For many, this is what a true sauna is all about and it is something they desire and appreciate.
Others find this type of sauna to be too harsh. They may consider a steambath . The steambath approach provides lower overall temperatures (60’C vs. 90°C) and higher humidity (70-100% vs. 10-30%). The higher humidity “softens” the heat.
Infrared saunas offer a modern twist to an age-old experience. Infrared radiation is utilized to heat the body. Because the rays are absorbed directly into the body, one can work up a sweat at less intense temperatures than a traditional sauna (40-60°C. vs. 70 – 95°C.)
There are those who view saunas as a communal experience – something to be done with family or friends. For these people a larger sauna room is preferable. Similarly, some who are renovating want to incorporate the sauna in the home so that outside décor matches. For these people, a built-in sauna kit may be more desirable.