Lighting and chromatherapy treatments
There are a whole host of lighting systems for sauna bathing from simple wooden lampshades to spotlights and optical fibre lighting. Choice of lighting is a major aspect of creating the perfect ambience for sauna bathing. This is such a large part of the overall sauna experience that it has grown into an industry all of its own called Chromatherapy.
Whether you want a few lights for a softly lit sauna or the complete chromatherapy experience with colour changing optical fibre starry skies we can supply them all.
Frequently asked questions
Can you make your own sauna?
Yes, it is possible to make your own sauna. You can either build one from scratch or purchase a pre-made sauna kit. Building a sauna can be a rewarding project, and it allows you to customize the design to your liking.
How much does it cost to build a DIY sauna?
The cost of building a DIY sauna can vary depending on the materials you choose, the size of the sauna, and the complexity of the design. A simple, budget-friendly sauna can cost a few hundred pounds or less, while a more elaborate sauna can cost several thousand pounds.
How to build a cheap homemade sauna?
To build a cheap homemade sauna, you can use budget-friendly materials such as cedarwood, pine, or aspen. You can also use reclaimed materials to save money. Additionally, you can opt for a simple design and forgo any unnecessary features like a separate changing room or fancy lighting.
What is the cheapest way to use a sauna?
The cheapest way to use a sauna is to use a sauna at a public facility or gym. You can also build your own sauna and use it sparingly to minimise electricity usage.
Can you build your own sauna UK?
Yes, you can build your own sauna in the UK, but you will need to follow local building regulations and obtain any necessary permits or planning permission.
Do indoor saunas need to be vented?
Yes, indoor saunas need to be vented to remove excess heat and moisture. A proper ventilation system is necessary to maintain a safe and comfortable environment.
How hard is it to build your own sauna?
Building your own sauna can be a challenging project, especially if you have limited carpentry skills or experience with electrical wiring. However, with the right tools, materials, and guidance, it is possible to build a sauna on your own.
Do I need permission to build a sauna?
In most cases, you will need to obtain planning permission before building a sauna in your home. The exact requirements vary depending on your location and the size and type of sauna you plan to build.
Is it better to build or buy a sauna?
Whether it is better to build or buy a sauna depends on your budget, DIY skills, and personal preferences. Building your own sauna allows you to customise the design and potentially save money, but it requires more time and effort. Buying a pre-made sauna is typically faster and easier, but it can be more expensive.
What do you need to build a sauna in your home?
To build a sauna in your home, you will need a suitable location, such as a spare room or basement, as well as materials such as wood, insulation, and a sauna heater. You will also need basic carpentry skills and potentially some electrical knowledge to wire the sauna heater. Additionally, you will need to install a ventilation system to remove excess heat and moisture.