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Who would not want to indulge and take care of their body and skin at the spa? Sauna is popular as it offers healing effects, can open pores with the effect of hot steam and detox the skin. A sauna at your house is no doubt a luxury, but you can have your own DIY sauna at home wearing a face and hair mask. The cool air and a spa located near the swimming pool is ideal for your metabolism. Another alternative? Choose a steam bath. With the advent of globalisation, saunas have started gaining popularity in India. Read more to find out about them.

What are the different types of saunas?

Dry saunas: Dry saunas have typical temperatures ranging from 70 to 100° C in an environment inducing relaxation and promotes sweating.. This type of sauna is popular if you are a fan of high temperatures. The heating process is completed using firewood or electric oven. If you are interested in investing in an oven, we recommend you to equip it with glass wool insulation or styrofoam as control panel.

Wet sauna: They have temperatures between 70 and 90°C with humidity of about 10% to 25%. The heating system used here is hot stone that comes into contact with water to create steam.

Steam sauna: It is a lighter alternative to traditional saunas, which are only between 45 and 65°C. Scented oils can be mixed in water to maximize the relaxation process. But steam saunas are also relatively more expensive than dry sauna. For example if you are interested in a steam sauna, then you need to invest in an adequate heat source that can produce electric or gas vapor. If the system wants to be automated then thermal insulation made from vermiculite, including drying / drainage installation is also needed. The steam sauna should have a floor area of 2.20 m and is usually coated with ceramics,tiles, porcelain, glass or epoxy pellets.

The price to set up a sauna can start from Rupees 1 lakh a set. However portable saunas are available at prices as low as Rupees 4 thousand.

What is the ideal dimension for a sauna?

The dimensions for the prefabricated sauna are approximately 1.20 x 1.20mx 2.50m to 3m with an external height of about 2m. If you want a sauna where you can lie down, choose at least a one with 2m wide dimension. For more dimensions:

- Sauna for 4 people: 1.50 mx 2 mx 2.20 m;

- Sauna for 6 people: 2m x 2m x 2.20m;

- Sauna for 9 people: 2m x 3m x 2.20m.

How much energy does the sauna consume?

The energy consumption of a sauna depends on its size, from 2 to 20 KW for larger cabins. In general the process per cubic meter requires 1.3 kW for a standard sauna, but depends also on the shape and material chosen for each sauna, because the area with glass material usually consumes more energy.

For example a 2x2 m cabin can consume up to 6 KW energy for the heating process but some of the heat is recycled. Another tip to make the installation process more economical is to build the sauna facing outward, so that there is air insulation space between two walls. These tips can save a lot of energy—up to as much as 500 KW per year. If you want to plan your spa project or steam room in more detail, consult our experts at homify.

How to choose the ideal wood for dry sauna?

Building a sauna is a complicated process. The cabin should be dry-resistant (above 90 ° C with less than 20% moisture) and for a wet sauna, it must withstand temperatures of 50 ° C and humidity up to 60%.

It is very difficult to find the type of wood that meets these requirements, so that the type of wood selected should be resistant to high temperature and humidity. Sauna manufacturers generally use wood with the following specifications:

1. For the walls and ceiling panels approximately 15 mm wide of mahogany, pine, cedar or cypress.

2. For furniture and upholstery / flooring (floor, bench, locker room, back and hand rest, etc.) aspen or abachi wood.

3. For other hidden parts of the sauna, any ecological wood.

In addition to the roof panel and wooden furniture, the sauna should be given an insulating layer of glass wool to create an aluminum steam column. The goal is to prevent the moisture from reaching the wool. Usually this is also aided by the presence of thick glass doors.

What floor options are ideal for a sauna?

The cabin should be built on stable and flat land. Coatings should be cleaned periodically and checked so they are not damp. The floor selected should not slippery to prevent accidents and choose linoleum for entrance and exit of the sauna for more safety.