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How Much Servicing Does Your Home Sauna Need?

Chances are, when you chose your home sauna you were more focused on the model and style rather than the home sauna servicing needs. If you made your purchase based on quality, and from a reputable dealer, you will have learned that this type of home addition requires very little servicing!

Of course, you do have the responsibility of keeping up with your home sauna's maintenance, which will in turn ensure that you will seldom need any type of professional servicing at all.

It is very important to follow the maintenance guidelines that come with your sauna. In the event that something does go wrong with your unit, you should not try to fix the problem yourself! You should call the supplier that you purchased it from to see if they offer servicing, or find a company that does. Depending on the age and type of your unit, you may need a replacement part such as a relay switch or heating element.

For those that have not yet purchased a home sauna, you may want to talk to your desired provider to discuss things that could potentially go wrong with a given unit. As we mentioned earlier, buying from a quality provider gives an excellent resource to turn to for any questions or concerns that arise regarding your wonderful new home addition.

Proper maintenance is the key to avoiding service issues. Fortunately for you, home saunas require very little maintenance! How much will depend on the type you have chosen. For example, there are infrared and traditional options which are available either indoors or outdoors. All of these factors will influence how much and what kind of maintenance you will have to perform.

The majority of your maintenance will be to keep your sauna clean and looking great. You'll want to keep the floors and glass clean and wiped down. The rules you put in place will help to keep your sauna maintenance to a minimum. For example, having anyone who enters the sauna wash their feet prior to using it is a good step. This will reduce the grime that can build up on the floor of your sauna. It's also a good idea to place a bath mat or small rug in front of the sauna door.

Servicing your home sauna should not deter you from investing in one of these amazing home additions, as the benefits and enjoyment will always far outweigh the care they require.

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The Hot Tub and Swim Spa Company specialise in providing hot tubs, swim spas, pools and gazebos and have experience of over 50 years in this industry. We also offer servicing and post-sales care for all of our customers to make sure that our customers get the best out of their hot tub.