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Buying a Sauna for the Home

Sauna use has increased dramatically over the last several years, especially as celebrities like Joe Rogan and Gwyneth Paltrow have been open about their love for them.

Did you know that you don’t have to be a millionaire to enjoy the benefits of a sauna from the comfort of your own home?

That’s right! There are lots of high-quality, affordable at-home infrared saunas that you can invest in.

 Are you thinking about buying a sauna for the home? Read on to learn everything you need to know.

Why Buy an Infrared Sauna for Your Home?

Infrared saunas offer a wide range of health and wellness benefits, from improved mood to reduced joint pain. Some studies even suggest that sitting in a sauna can extend your lifespan.

Regardless of your reasons for wanting to use a sauna, you might be wondering why buying one for your home is the right choice.

Can’t you just go to a spa or gym and use the facility’s infrared sauna? Technically, yes.

There are benefits to installing one at your house instead, though, including these:

Convenience

Most people don’t have time to get in the car, drive to a spa or gym, get in the sauna, shower, drive home, and then get on with their day.

Keep in mind, too, that most people only spend about 15 minutes in the sauna at a time. This means you’re doing all that work just for 15 minutes of sauna use.

Wouldn’t it be easier and more convenient if the sauna was in your home or outside in your backyard?

Hygiene

Do you want to use a sauna that a stranger (or, let’s be honest, dozens if not hundreds of strangers) have already sweated in? Probably not.

If you’re worried about cleanliness and want to use a truly hygienic sauna, your best option is to buy and install one in your own house.

Privacy

Buying a sauna for the home also allows you a greater amount of privacy. If you don’t like the idea of sitting in silence and sweating alongside strangers, it might be worth it for you to buy a sauna for yourself.

Consistency

To see the best results from your sauna sessions, you need to make them a consistent part of your routine. This means spending time in the sauna several times per week, if not every day.

Consistency is hard when you don’t have easy access to a sauna and have to drive to a spa or gym to use one. If the sauna is in your house, you’ll have a much easier time keeping up with your sauna sessions.

Easy Adjustments

Have you ever used a public sauna and felt like it was too hot or not hot enough? Did you feel awkward about getting up to adjust the temperature or asking others if they were okay with you doing so?

With your own private sauna, you never have to worry about these issues. You can set the temperature to your exact preferences, and no one can complain about it.

How to Choose a Sauna

Do you think the benefits listed above are worth the price of a sauna? If so, here are some tips that can help you choose the right one for your home:

Infrared vs Traditional

A traditional sauna heats the air around you. An infrared sauna uses light to heat your body directly.

Both types of saunas offer similar health benefits. However, an infrared sauna provides these benefits at a slightly lower average temperature. This means it can provide more comfort than a traditional sauna.

Size

How large do you want your sauna to be? Do you want one that’s just large enough for you to sit in, or would you like a larger one that you can use for stretching or hot yoga?

Consider, too, the size limits of your home. Perhaps you’d like an extra-large sauna, for example, but your basement doesn’t allow for one that big.

Location

Speaking of basements, think about where you want to keep your sauna as well. Will it be in the basement? The bedroom? The backyard?

If you live in an apartment or a rental home, you may also need to check with your landlord and make sure it’s okay to have a sauna before you buy and install one.

Number of Users

Similar to the issue of size, you also need to consider the number of people who will be using your sauna.

Are you the only user? Will you ever want to use the sauna at the same time as your partner?

Answering this question helps to prevent crowding and ensures everyone who wants to enjoy the benefits of the sauna can do so.

Price

Of course, price matters. Compare prices for several different saunas before making a decision. Look into potential financing options as well.

Features and Accessories

Does the sauna offer Bluetooth technology? Does it come with an app that lets you easily adjust the temperature or turn off the lights using your phone?

 Consider which features matter most to you so you can get a sauna that checks all your boxes.

How to Buy a Sauna

These days, the easiest way to buy a sauna is to shop online. You can easily order many different brands of infrared saunas online, then have them delivered to your door — often within about 7 days.

Once it’s been delivered, the sauna is fairly simple to set up and install. Then, you can start enjoying the benefits right away.

Invest in a Smart Home Sauna Today

There are lots of reasons to invest in a sauna for your home, whether you’re looking to reduce stress or speed up your weight loss journey. Now that you know what to look for in a sauna, it’s time to start shopping! 

At Sun Home Saunas, we offer a wide range of infrared saunas and traditional saunas, as well as sauna blankets, for you to choose from. Check out our collection of Clearlight sauna products today.