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Choosing the Ideal Location for your Home Sauna

If you’re considering purchasing a sauna, finding the ideal location that will perfectly fit your lifestyle is essential. Whether you choose indoor or outdoor installation, there are several things to consider to make sure you choose the right spot.

Below, you’ll learn exactly what you need to think about to find the best location for your sauna.
Indoor Saunas

Many homeowners think they don’t have enough room indoors to install a sauna, but you may be surprised to learn that there are many options even if you have little space.

First, consult with your dealer. They can often come up with inventive ways to fit a sauna in a small area or customize an existing space so you can install your sauna there.

One creative spot where you can install a sauna is a space you’ve reserved for installing a bathroom. Putting a compact sauna in this space is no problem for a professional and there are several very small saunas that will be the perfect fit.

Cellar spaces are also excellent options for installing a sauna indoors. Because these spaces are often large, it’s easy to install more spacious saunas here. The large amount of space will also give you the ability to choose from a wide range of models and select a sauna that truly fits your needs.

Outdoor Saunas

Whether your back yard is small or large, there is always room for a sauna. If you have a landscaped back yard, it will be easy to find a location and install your sauna.

There are a few things to keep in mind when installing an outdoor sauna. Many new sauna owners quickly find themselves wanting to add more elements, such as swim spas, to their outdoor space after installing a sauna. If you think you may want to expand your outdoor area at a later time, you’ll want to choose a spot where the swim spa and sauna will be close to each other.

Deciding Between Indoor and Outdoor Installation

If your home offers enough space that you can install your sauna indoors or outdoors, your decision should depend on your preferences and lifestyle. For fast access at all times of day, an indoor installation will serve you best. This can also be great in winter when the weather prevents you from wanting to go outside to reach your sauna.

If you’re the kind of person who would like to use their sauna as a secluded getaway, outdoor installation in a beautiful spot is a good choice.

As you can see, there are many options for sauna installation. If you talk with your dealer, you’ll come up with the perfect plan for your sauna. Download our latest promotions to save.