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Saunas have been used for centuries as a way to relax and rejuvenate the body. But before you can enjoy all the benefits of a sauna, you need to know a little bit about them. That’s where our FAQs page comes in. Here, we answer some of the most common questions people ask about saunas. So whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been using them for years, you’ll find everything you need to know right here.


This will depend on number of users, house layout and personal preference. That what’s the SAUNAFY team are here for.

Your indoor sauna can go on almost any surface — concrete, tile, laminate, etc. Excluding carpet.

Flat ground. You can place your sauna on a deck, concrete, paving or gravel, etc. Our barrel saunas come with moulded cradle supports that protect the sauna from moisture when it is placed directly on the ground.

Yes, we deliver nationally.

This depends largely on how proximity to capital cities. If in stock, SAUNAFY strife for same-day dispatch.

Always consult your doctor if you have any history of heart problems, high blood pressure or any other health problems before sauna use.

We sure do. Just ask the SAUNAFY team.

A traditional sauna generally takes between 30 – 45 minutes to fully heat up. While an infrared sauna in as little as 10 minutes.

Of course, you will be a SAUNAFY customer for life. Again the team will run you thru everything.

This depends on the model, the SAUNAFY team will run you thru the options.

As a rough calculation, a 1000W sauna will use around 1 kWh (1 kilowatt per hour) of electricity. You can therefore calculate your costs by multiplying how much energy your sauna uses by how much your electric company charges you for 1 kilowatt per hour.

All ages, However children must be supervised! Parents need to teach children the hazards and safe sauna practices.

Everyone is different, but regular use of 4/5 days a week is common. If you’re enjoying your sauna daily, avoid spending more than 30 minutes in the sauna.

The design of the entire timber interior needs only minimal cleaning. Occasionally, we recommend a light hand wash with warm soapy water for the back rests, benches, floor and door handles. The glass door can also be cleaned with warm soapy water. We strongly advise against using stronger soaps or harsh chemicals that could be inhaled when the sauna is next heated.

There are many variables for different people, however a sauna session of around 30 minutes can burn anywhere between 300 and 1,000 calories.

Yes, all of our saunas can be moved at any point.



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