Monday, September 21, 2015
Infrared Sauna or Traditional: Home Sauna Planning for Health, Leisure
When you’re thinking of building a sauna in your home, there are some important choices to make, ranging from whether to install an infrared sauna or a traditional one, to how big the sauna will be. The convenience of owning your own sauna has great benefits but you have to be sure that you’re building just the right size and purpose for your use. Too big and it’s just wasted space; too cramped will make you uncomfortable, which defeats one of the purposes of owning one—to feel relaxed. Here are a few factors to consider when thinking of adding a sauna to your home. The Basic Requirements At the most basic, your sauna will need a space that is at least seven feet high. The best shape a sauna can have is that of a square; this is to ensure a balanced temperature all throughout the room. If you want to be able to lie down in the sauna, a six foot width is recommended. This recommended size is for an average sauna that can handle two to three people.