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Add A Sauna To Your Home The Easy Way

With more and more people adding saunas to their home sauna manufactures are making this easier every day. Good quality sauna kits are available from several well known manufactures and these kits are getting better and are even easier for any handy home owner to install and setup. These modern home sauna kits come with several parts pre assembled like wall panels and ceilings yet the parts are small enough to get in the basement or anyplace in your home you want. Another advantage of a sauna kit is it can be easily disassembled and moved to another location.

In years past in order to have a home sauna you would have to build or have a sauna enclosure built either in your house or outside, you had limited choices in heaters the most common being electric. Finally these saunas were built in when you moved the sauna stayed with the house if you no longer used the sauna you had to demolish the sauna obviously in the past saunas were a luxury that was reserved for the wealthy.

Today home sauna kits are available in several sizes from a small personal one person sauna to larger multi person saunas that can accommodate 4 or more people. The materials use to build the sauna kits has also increased although cedar is still the most widely used Redwood has become highly desirable and for a more modern look sauna kits are available in man made materials that resist moisture and are well insulated to prevent heat loss thus reducing overall operating costs.

Several options are available today in sauna kits from a prefab snap together type kit to a custom sauna kit a few select sauna manufactures will build for you a custom size and shape sauna kit from a measured drawing and ship the whole kit to you. Several optional heaters are also available in sauna kits from the most common electric heater in either 110 volt design or 220 volts that heat traditional sauna rocks to modern far infrared electric sauna heaters, the less common heater types are natural gas or propane and the truly traditional wood burning sauna heater.

Although sauna kits have been on the increase in recent years it is still very easy to build your own sauna either inside or out doors. Basically all that is needed is an enclosed room made with materials that can take the heat and moister. A heater of choice electric, gas or wood add a few friends and you can easily build a sauna kit that fits in with your decor or made to fit with your landscaping in a good weekend with some proper prior planning.

Submitted by:

Chad Milhouse

Chad Milhouse creates articles for http://www.hot-sauna.com. If you are looking for Sauna Kits or just some help with choosing a sauna check us out at Hot-Sauna.com




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