Alan Bettin Swimming Pools

Sauna Installations Surrey & Hampshire

Luxury, Custom-Built Or DIY Sauna Cabins. Take advantage of competitively-priced sauna installation services in Surrey and Hampshire from Farnham's Alan Bettin Swimming Pools.

COMPREHENSIVE SAUNA INSTALLATIONS IN SURREY & HAMPSHIRE

At Alan Bettin Swimming Pools, we install only the finest sauna cabins from the leading European brands. As well as supplying these fantastic brands, our team in Farnham can custom-fit sauna cabins that require more complex or exact dimensions to fit your premises in Surrey.

REAP THE HEALTH BENEFITS

Sauna therapy has many health benefits. It can help to cleanse the skin and eliminate toxins, helping you to look and feel better. It can also helps to stimulate blood flow, relaxes muscles and could give you a better night’s sleep

CHOOSE YOUR IDEAL SAUNA:

  • Traditional Scandinavian
  • Infrared saunas
  • Steam saunas
  • Luxury custom built sauna cabins
  • DIY sauna cabins

Contact us today to find out how we can help transform your property with a sauna that suits all your needs.

DISCUSS YOUR REQUIREMENTS WITH OUR TEAM

If you’re considering installing a sauna at your home or business, make Alan Bettin Swimming Pools your first port of call. Our team in Surrey will provide you with full support from concept to completion, ensuring that you get a sauna that you love, for a price you can afford.

To discuss our sauna installation services or to request a free quote, please contact our office in Farnham.

WHAT AREAS IN SURREY DO YOU COVER?

We cover most of the major settlements in Surrey such as Farnham, Woking, Guildford, Esher, Camberley, Weybridge, Ash, Godalming, Frimley, Cobham, Dorking, Addlestone, Chertsey, Haslemere, Cranleigh, Lightwater, Hindhead, Witley, Milford, Virginia Water, East Horsley, Bagshot, West Clandon and Send.

WHAT AREAS IN HAMPSHIRE DO YOU COVER?

We cover many areas in Hampshire such as Basingstoke, Farnborough, Aldershot, Fleet, Alton, Bordon, Petersfield, Yateley, Hook, Blackwater, Liphook, Bishop’s Waltham, Liss, Odiham, New Alresford, Headley Down and Four Marks.

FAQs

How much does it cost to install a sauna?

The cost of installing a sauna will vary depending on the size of the sauna you opt for and where you choose to have it fitted in your home.

What do you need to install a sauna?

To install a sauna yourself you will need:

  • Sauna Foil Vapor barrier
  • Nails and nail gun, air compressor
  • Fiberglass Insulation and Foil barrier
  • Electrical wiring, gas pipe, or a wood pile (for heat)
  • Ground fault electrical outlet
  • Light switch (optional)
  • Wet/dry rated light fixture (optional)
  • Tongue and groove cedar paneling boards
  • A home sauna kit (common sizes are 4×6, 5×7, 6×8) or buy your own lumber
  • Cedar bench lumber
  • Sauna heater
  • Sauna door

How long do you have to sit in a sauna to detox your body?

There’s no medical proof that sitting in a sauna for any amount of time will detox your body, however, it can still be a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.

Where do you put a sauna?

A sauna can be put anywhere in the home with enough space. Some choose to place their sauna next to their master bedroom, in the bathroom or in their garage. You will need access to electricity to run the sauna, if not then you may need to have this installed as well.

Are saunas expensive to run?

Saunas aren’t expensive to run. Depending on how much you run them for, the running costs of a sauna will be between £10-£30 per month.

Can you install a sauna outside?

Installing a sauna outside is often more practical than doing so inside, you less construction work will be required to build a new room in your home or make space to accommodate the sauna in an existing room.

Can you put a sauna in the garage?

A sauna can be easily built in the garage, all that is needed is access to a water and electricity source. If you don’t have these in your garage, then they can be fitted as part of the sauna installation.

Can I put a sauna in my basement?

You can put a ‘dry’ sauna in your basement, or even in an attic if your space was suitable. However, building a traditional ‘wet’ sauna in your basement is not recommended as the moisture from the sauna could escape into the exterior of your home and lead to damp.