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Infrared

Infrared saunas use far infrared heaters to emit radiant heat, directly warming the body without significantly heating the surrounding air. This results in a more gentle and comfortable heat compared to traditional saunas. The more comfortable environment allows users to experience more sweating. You don’t need to worry about ‘not feeling the heat’ even though the air temperature doesn’t reach the same levels as in a traditional sauna. There are many people who believe they get a better sweat and can even raise their body temperature more in an infrared sauna because of the more comfortable environment.

Infrared sauna health benefits include detoxification through sweating, muscle relaxation, stress reduction, improved circulation, pain relief, and potential skin purification. Infrared heat is believed to penetrate deeper into the body, promoting greater detoxification at the cellular level.

Unlike traditional saunas, which heat the air to high temperatures which in turn heats your body, infrared saunas use far infrared to directly warm the body. This allows for a lower ambient temperature and a more comfortable sauna experience. Infrared saunas also run on 120V making the installation process easier.

Infrared saunas will heat to 150F. Despite the lower temperature, you still experience the benefits of sweating and detoxification due to the deep-penetrating heat.

nfrared saunas are generally safe for most individuals. The lower temperatures and gentle heat make them suitable for people who may not tolerate the high temperatures of traditional saunas. Individuals with certain medical conditions or pregnant women should consult with their healthcare provider before using an infrared sauna.

Yes, infrared saunas are designed for residential use and can be easily installed in various settings, including bathrooms, spare rooms, or outdoor spaces. They are available in various sizes and configurations to accommodate different space requirements and aesthetic preferences.

Yes, infrared saunas are generally energy-efficient compared to other types of heating systems. They use infrared heaters with low energy consumption, making them a cost-effective option for home use.

There should be a minimum of 2 inches between the exterior of the sauna and any walls or ceiling. There is no need to install extra ventilation in your home.

We have a 10 year warranty on the sauna and 6 year warranty on the infrared heaters.

Combination

Our combination saunas come with infrared heaters and a traditional stone heater, while infrared saunas only come with infrared heaters. The traditional stone heater requires an electrician to install the 240V hookup, while the infrared heaters will plug straight into a 120V 15 Amp outlet. Traditional heaters will heat up the combination sauna to 185F+ while infrared saunas will only heat to 150F.

Absolutely! Our combination saunas allow you to enjoy the best of both worlds. You can adjust the settings to switch between traditional and infrared heat, allowing for a personalized sauna experience tailored to your preferences and wellness goals.

Yes, Heavenly Heat Combination Saunas are designed for residential use in the home.

Yes, our combination saunas are designed for easy installation in residential homes.

Yes, all of our combination saunas come with a comprehensive warranty to provide you with peace of mind. Our warranty covers the sauna for 10 years and heaters for 6 years.

No, it is not recommended to pour water on the rocks to produce steam in a combination sauna. The infrared heaters are not supposed to be in such a high humidity environment.

There should be a minimum of two inches between the sauna and any walls or ceiling in the home. You do not need to install extra fans or ventilation.

Outdoor

Our outdoor sauna is a combination sauna meaning it uses a traditional stone heater and far infrared heaters.

Installing an outdoor combination sauna is similar to installing the indoor models. The sauna comes in panels that are assembled by linking tongue in groove. The indoor models use metal clasps on the exterior to secure the panels together, while the outdoor models use screws in pre-drilled holes for assembly. The traditional heater requires an electrician to install the 240V power supply  and the Infrared needs a dedicated 20A outlet. The lights can connect to any 110-120V outlet.

Make sure to regularly clean the sauna. Any leaves or debris that sit for too long on the roof can degrade the integrity of the shingles just like any shingled roof.

Yes, you can use the outdoor sauna year-around. The combined heating elements will help the sauna heat faster in cold temperatures.

We have a 4 year warranty on all parts of the outdoor saunas.

Traditional

A traditional sauna, or Finnish sauna, is a type of sauna that uses heated rocks or a stove to produce heat or steam, creating a high-temperature environment for relaxation and wellness.

Traditional saunas can improve circulation, stress relief, relaxation of muscles, detoxification through sweating, and potential immune system enhancement. Regular sauna use is also associated with improved cardiovascular health and skin purification.

Our Traditional Saunas will reach 185F+

Appropriate sauna session durations vary between individuals. It is recommended to start at a lower temperature for 10-15 minutes and increase the temperature and duration as you become more accustomed to the heat. It is important to progress slowly and listen to your body when using a sauna. Exit the sauna if you start to feel uncomfortable or dizzy.

Yes, our traditional saunas are designed for in-home use.

There should be a 2 inch gap between the exterior of the sauna and any walls or the ceiling. You do not need any extra ventilation systems installed in your home.