A hot tub or sauna can provide a relaxing, rejuvenating experience.
To find the best hot tub for you, consider where you'll install the hot tub, how much space you have and how many people will be using it. Insulation is another important factor, since it keeps water warm and can affect how energy efficient the tub is. You'll also want to consider the material of the tub and whether the water will be heated by electricity, propane, natural gas or another energy source. And consider horsepower: a higher horsepower tub will provide a stronger massage, but a lower horsepower tub will use less energy and cost less to run.
If you're shopping for a sauna, you'll also want to consider your available space, where it will be placed and how many people will use it. In addition, you'll have to decide whether you want a traditional sauna or an infrared sauna, also called a radiant heat sauna. A traditional sauna consists of a wood or tile room containing a small furnace with rocks in it. A furnace heats the room, and water can be poured over the rocks to produce steam. An infrared sauna uses an electrical element to produce a ray that heats the people in the sauna rather than heating the air. This allows the sauna to operate at a lower temperature.
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