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Having a sauna at home is not only convenient but also offers numerous health benefits. The improved circulation that comes with regular sauna use can help alleviate muscle and joint pain. The heat also helps to promote sweating, which aids in detoxification and leads to a healthier complexion.

So why choose Scandi Life? Our saunas are made exclusively of the very highest quality materials, manufactured to last and every element has been designed to provide a great sauna experience. Aspen benches inside have low thermal conductivity and do not release resin, ensuring comfort while you relax. Large windows and generously glazed doors let natural light flood in, allowing you to enjoy uncompromised views from inside. They’re double glazed for added insulation, keeping the heat in and ensuring optimal energy efficiency. The outside bench and privacy panels provide a perfectly secluded spot to cool down and unwind in the open air after every invigorating session.

Oh yes, we build it all for you too! Installing a sauna yourself can be a hassle, which is why we include full construction with every model. Our service includes everything from the necessary basework to the electrics, lighting and heater installation. We take care of everything, so you can simply relax and enjoy your new sauna.

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    DETOX

    When you step into a sauna, your body temperature rises, encouraging your sweat glands to produce sweat. As you perspire, your body releases toxins and impurities through your pores, helping to cleanse your skin and improve your overall health. Regular sauna sessions can enhance the body’s natural detoxification process, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

    RELIEVE STRESS

    The calm environment of a sauna is ideal for meditation, reflection, and relaxation. As you sit in the gentle heat, your body releases endorphins, which are feel-good chemicals that help reduce stress and improve your mood. The comforting warmth of the sauna also helps relax muscles, reducing tension and leaving you with a profound sense of calm and well-being.

    RELIEVE PAIN

    The penetrating heat of a sauna acts as a natural remedy for aches and pains by promoting relaxation of tense muscles and soothing inflamed joints. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals suffering from chronic pain conditions such as arthritis or back pain. Incorporating regular sauna sessions into your lifestyle can lead to much-needed relief and significantly improve your overall quality of life.

    BETTER SLEEP

    Saunas offer stress relief which can have a positive impact on the quality of your sleep. When you spend time in a sauna, the heat causes your body to cool down afterwards, triggering the release of melatonin in your brain. Melatonin is a hormone that plays a crucial role in regulating sleep. By incorporating regular sauna sessions into your evening routine, you can potentially experience improved sleep quality, leading to more restful and rejuvenating nights.

    FAQ’S

    How Long Does a Sauna Take to Warm Up?

    The time it takes for a sauna to warm up depends on several factors, including the type of heater, the size of the sauna, and the desired temperature. Typically take about 30 to 45 minutes to heat up to the desired temperature (around 150-195°F or 65-90°C).

    What is the difference between electric and wood stove?

    Electric Sauna Heaters

    1. Convenience: Electric heaters are very convenient and easy to use. You can set a timer and control the temperature with a thermostat.
    2. Heat-Up Time: They heat up relatively quickly, typically within 30-45 minutes.
    3. Maintenance: Require minimal maintenance compared to wood stoves. There is no need to handle wood or clean out ashes.
    4. Installation: Easier to install as they only require an electrical connection. No need for a chimney or ventilation for smoke.
    5. Operating Cost: Typically higher operating costs due to electricity usage, but this can vary based on local electricity rates.

    Wood-Burning Sauna Stoves

    1. Ambiance: Provide a traditional sauna experience with the sound and smell of burning wood, which many people find appealing.
    2. Heat-Up Time: Generally take longer to heat up (45 minutes to 1 hour or more) as you need to build and maintain a fire.
    3. Maintenance: Require more maintenance, including sourcing and storing wood, starting fires, and cleaning out ashes.
    4. Installation: More complex installation since they require a chimney or proper ventilation for smoke.
    5. Operating Cost: Can be lower if you have access to free or inexpensive wood. However, if you need to buy wood, costs can add up.
    6. Independence: Do not rely on electricity, making them ideal for off-grid locations.

    In summary, electric sauna heaters offer convenience and ease of use with faster heat-up times and less maintenance, while wood-burning stoves provide a more traditional sauna experience with the benefits and challenges of using natural fuel. The choice between the two depends on your preferences, lifestyle, and specific sauna needs.

    Which Display villages have outdoor saunas on display?

    Our Whitstable showroom is currently only displaying our Outdoor Saunas, keep an eye out for updates on when Scandi Life Outdoor Saunas are coming to a showroom near you!

    How long does it take to install an Outdoor Sauna?

    The installation of a Scandi Life Outdoor Sauna from start to finish takes just 2 to 3 days

    Is construction included in the price?

    We are offering all outdoor saunas on a complete package with everything included, plus a composite decking even the electrics!