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Which Type of Sauna Fits Your Lifestyle?

After a stressful day at the office, a killer workout at the gym, or a chilly winter day, there’s nothing better than a relaxing sauna to help you unwind. And though many people have access to a sauna at the gym or country club, having an in-home sauna is the ultimate lap of luxury.

There are many types of beautiful custom saunas that could be a perfect fit for your home. But how do you know which type is best for you? Read on to learn the right sauna for your lifestyle.

Outdoor saunas

Also known as patio saunas, this is a versatile option for those wanting an outdoor sauna. Helo Patio saunas come in four sizes, so one can fit your space no matter the size. You can also choose from metal or shingled sheeting or modular roof kits. These saunas are designed for easy assembly and are great near a pool, lake or spa.

Infrared saunas

Infrared technology for saunas has truly revolutionized a tradition that has been around since ancient times. These new-age saunas allow you to relax and benefit from the detoxifying, stress-relieving, and pain-relieving power of a sauna at a lower temperature than traditional saunas. This is because the infrared heat works at a lower temperature than a traditional sauna and can reach deeper to muscle tissue to produce positive results. Infrared saunas also take less time to heat up and use less electricity.

Modular saunas

If you have a home or work space in need of a temporary sauna, the modular sauna may be the right choice for you. These saunas can be assembled and disassembled in minutes, but have the same feel of a traditional sauna. Modular saunas are free-standing and portable. Consider this option if you are moving, renting, or leasing a business space.

If you live in the Portsmouth, New Hampshire area, contact Great Bay Spa & Sauna for all three of these excellent Helo sauna options. Great Bay Spa & Sauna offers a stress-free delivery and installation process to get your sauna in action in less than 24 hours.

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