Most people can testify to the relaxing, calming effect that 5 minutes in a Sauna can have on you, athletes may attest to the healing properties that they contain such as relieving the pressure and strain from sore muscles and joints or cleansing the reinvigoration that they can offer your skin. It seems strange then that despite such being such rewarding products that more of us don’t strive to own them.
Saunas have long been seen as luxury items that can only be found in expensive fitness and health clubs but in recent years there has been a growing trend that has seen the numbers of such products increase in bathrooms all across the United States and Canada.
As a result of this trend, and also acting as it’s catalyst, American homeowners today needn’t go so far as the Scandinavian countries to find the sauna of their dreams, in fact, such is the popularity and range of modern saunas that often detailed information and pricing options can be found in your local home improvement stores or online retailers.
Modern saunas no longer require the amount of space that they did previously, although the more sizable models are still sought after by homeowners with the space necessary to accommodate them, an in house sauna can now occupy as little as 3 sq. ft. And can fit neatly into the corner of a moderately sized bathroom.
Most in home saunas on the market today will range from between $1,000 and $15,000 depending on size, type and materials used.