Why You Should Have a Sauna in Your Home

A man and  woman inside a home saunaFinnish-style saunas are a staple in our modern-day rest and relaxation arsenal. Here in the U.S., they are most commonly found in professional spas, but did you know that sauna kits for homes are becoming more common nowadays? That’s right. You can now enjoy the benefits of a sauna right in the comfort of your own home!

At Superior Remodelers, we help in the preservation of this 2,000-year-old Nordic tradition by carrying products from Finlandia, one of the leading sauna kit manufacturers in America whose sauna heaters are imported directly from Finland.

So, why should you install a sauna in your home? It’s really simple. 

  • Saunas are awesome – What better way to relax after a long day at work than to sit and recline in a sauna? The low humidity and heat inside the sauna promote perspiration and help relieve stress, rejuvenating your body for the following day.
  • It’s easy to build a sauna – Don’t be daunted by the idea of building a sauna in your home. As mentioned, there are now sauna room kits available that come pre-fabricated. These modular units have all the necessary components you need to build a sauna. Getting a pro to install a sauna kit is still the best way to deal with it, but if you are a qualified individual with knowledge in carpentry and home remodeling, then go ahead and build it yourself.
  • It’s convenient – Why go to a spa where you’ll be forced to sit with a dozen other people in their sauna? Having your own sauna in your home helps you enjoy the rejuvenating benefits of the hot room but with complete privacy.
  • So many other people have them – Well, at least in Finland. It is estimated that between 2-3 million Finnish people have saunas in their own homes, so why can’t you?

Are you interested in creating your own private sanctuary from the hurly-burly of the outside world? Call Superior Remodelers today at 888-330-8148 to learn more about our sauna kits. Our service area includes Newtown, Connecticut, and surrounding areas in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.