Browse our 2 person collection of saunas that’ll allow you to detox in a Clearlight Sauna, whether it’s our Sanctuary or Premier selections. There’ll be no need to build these yourself as these sauna kits are prebuilt and ready for use upon delivery. Choose the type of wood that best suits your needs such as the Western Red Canadian Cedar or North American Basswood.
Both of these options come with Bluetooth speakers and chromotherapy lights to enhance your detox experience. Furthermore, these saunas are known for their health benefits such as post workout recovery, weight loss and of course pain management.
Depending on the brand and model, most 2 person saunas cost between $5,000 -$8000 dollars. Things to consider include whether you’re looking for a full spectrum or far infrared and the quality of the wood used in your sauna.
How much electricity does a 2 person sauna use?
Two-person saunas use roughly 1,600 watts per hour and are fairly energy efficient depending on the model you use. Temperature of the sauna also plays an important role in electricity usage. Most people use their sauna for an hour a day, use less than $5 dollars of electricity every week.
Can you put a sauna in the house?
Infrared saunas can be placed safely inside your home, provided they’re installed correctly. If you’re using a traditional sauna it may be beneficial to have a ventilation system installed into the same room to remove excess moisture.
Do you need to vent in an indoor sauna?
A vent is not required for an indoor sauna. Though having a vent will enable a more comfortable Saunas experience. Saunas will usually draw in air from the house, enabling a faster increase to your desired temperature in a traditional sauna.
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