• Sanitizing Systems For Spas
    Hot Tubs

    Saltwater Sanitizing Systems For Spas and Pools!

    It’s Time To Make The Change! There has been a quiet revolution going on in the pool and spa industry. You won’t hear much about it and you probably won’t read much about it either, not as long as there are profits to be made on chemicals, but the days of the chemically treated spas and pools, in this authors mind, are numbered. Never mind the rising costs for water treatment chemicals, or about the fact that chemicals like Chlorine and Bromine are toxic and deadly. Never mind the Government regulators telling us they have established what they feel are “safe” levels of toxic poisons for us to consume and…

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    Hot Tubs

    How to build a hot tub spa

    How Would You Like To Have The Coolest Hot tub Spa In Town? And You Don’t even Have To Tell Anyone It Cost You THOUSANDS Of Dollars Less Than Theirs (unless you want to rub it in a little). CUSTOM BUILT SPAS will show you how to save up to 80% of the cost and get a fantastic CUSTOM HOT TUB of your own. If you thought that building your own custom hot tub is way out of your league, think again. Gene Trumbull takes you every step of the way to build your own hot tub spa or swimming spa. Custom Built Spas is a complete guide from design…

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    Hot Tubs

    Hot tub covers

    Is your hot tub cover doing it’s job? Hot tub covers are more important than you may think. They serve a critical role in keeping your spa safe, healthy and inexpensive to operate. In short, the job of a spa cover is to keep bad things out and good things in. Lets look at the good things, the bad things and how your cover know the difference. What do hot tub covers keep out? Debris like dirt, leaves, insects and other undesirable materials. The neighbors kids, your kids (when you want), pets, birds, squirrels and other potential floaties. Solar radiation that will harm your tub with prolonged exposure. What do…

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    Far Infrared Saunas

    far infrared sauna A relatively new type of sauna has emerged recently. This new sauna uses infrared heaters instead of traditional wood, electric or gas. Unlike traditional saunas infrared heaters only heat the people and objects – not the air. Proponents of infrared saunas say that they have even more therapeutic properties than traditional saunas. Tip! Clocks are a sauna accessories that can be very useful. Though not every unit comes with them, they can still be a great addition to your sauna experience. Infrared is a frequency band of light that is invisible to humans. The heat is sometimes called Infrared Radiation (IR) and is different than the Ultraviolet…

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    Sauna heaters

    Electric sauna heaters

    Electric sauna heaters are a practical choice and might be right for your home sauna Electric heaters are convenient, clean, and quick. In Canada the max allowable temperature of an electric sauna heater is 90* C ( 194° F in the United States), and many models can reach that temperature in less than ten minutes. Some models allow pre-programming, so you can have your sauna ready when you want it. Getting the best deal possible on your electric sauna heater from a dependable sauna retailer is always a good choice. So lets look at what makes a good electric heater and what you can expect to spend. Get The Right…

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    Directions for using a sauna

    Follow the right directions for using a sauna and you will improve your heart, skin, overall health and mental well-being. Everyone reacts differently to the environment in a sauna so there are no universal directions for using a sauna but there are guidelines to help you find what works best for you. The best directions for using a sauna come from the accumulated wisdom over time. Sauna use, in one form or another in many different cultures, has been documented for at least 2000 years. There must be real benefits to inspire such loyalty and longevity. If you have any doubts ask a sauna enthusiast. They will likely put a…

  • Build your own sauna

    Build your own sauna

    It’s Easier Than You Think to Build Your Own Sauna – The Basics, Part Two. In the first part of How to Build Your Own Sauna, we looked at choosing a location and getting it ready by installing any necessary plumbing or electrical connections. You are now ready to build the actual sauna. Framework and Insulation If there is no existing framework, you will have to install it yourself. The framework can be made from 2 x 4 or 2 x 6 lumber, spaced every 16 inches. The room needs to be insulated once the framing is in place. Insulation is placed between the framework studs in both the walls…

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    How to build your own sauna – First steps.

    Building your own sauna can be easier than you think. You can buy a pre-built sauna that can easily be put together in less than 30 minutes or you can buy a kit and assemble it yourself if you have some basic woodworking skills. Of course the supreme challenge is to build your own sauna from scratch. Anyone with basic carpentry skills can tackle a project like this. The first consideration before you build your own sauna is the location. Whether you are building in the city or country may determine a lot about the design of your sauna. This can determine questions as basic as whether it will be…