Back To Nature
Now on display at our Horsham showroom, our range of home saunas have a real ’back to nature’ feel about them.
Now on display at our Horsham showroom a range of barrel saunas to bring character to any garden.
Constructed in sturdy 42mm thick selected Spruce boards into the pleasing barrel shape, they bring real character to the garden and offer a snug, cosy interior either as a sauna only or with useful extra ante room.
A warm dry interior is guaranteed by pre-oiling of timbers and the felted roof which attractively laps over the top half of the cabin.
The traditional experience is further enhanced by the inclusion of a wood burning heater with chimney - so you enjoy sauna just as the Fins do in their summer retreats!
For those who prefer it, an electric heater may be specified.
Available in a choice of three sizes, come and see the barrel sauna on display at our Horsham showroom.
Home saunas are less extravagant - and even better for you - than you might think . . .
Taking time out in a sauna or steam room is more than just a cleansing, relaxing experience. Alongside that sense of wellbeing there are genuine, well-documented health benefits.
Regular sauna or steam bathing has proven benefits for the respiratory system, and is an effective treatment for conditions such as asthma, sinusitis, bronchitis and even the common cold.
Sauna and steam rooms also stimulate the cardiovascular system - exercising the heart and circulation. A workout -- without the effort? It must be every couch potato’s dream. . . but, for obvious reasons, this also means that bathers with heart conditions should always seek medical advice before using any kind of sauna or steam facility.
Regular sauna or steam bathing also tones the skin and is regarded by some as one of the simplest ways to rid the body of toxins - by opening the pores and encouraging the body to sweat.
These and other benefits are already well known within the world of professional sport - in which sauna and steam bathing is regularly used to help treat injuries, as it speeds up the healing process.
Given all these benefits, why is that we in the UK tend to file sauna and steam under the ’occasional luxuries’ section of our lives? While we may think nothing of spending a fortune on complicated, arduous, detoxifying diets, we only venture into a sauna or steam room as and when we find the time to get to the health club.
Even if you only have a small garden, there is likely to be an area that would accommodate your sauna or steam room in a log cabin or wooden garden room.
Alternatively, you should be able to find a corner for a sauna in your home. A small unit, that can accommodate four people, can easily be located somewhere like an alcove or attic. But do remember, that to use it properly you will need access to a shower.