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Hot Tubs, Saunas, & Steam Baths

A Guide to Planning and Designing Your Home Health Spa

Bring Home the Serenity of a Day at the Spa!

Relax, unwind, and soothe your tired muscles in a warm, bubbly hot tub. Sit back and breathe deeply in the privacy of your home sauna or steam bath. The spa experience of your dreams is more attainable than ever before with a broad variety of prefab and easy-installation home units. But how can you be sure you're choosing the equipment that will work best for you?

Home spa specialist Alan E. Sanderfoot demystifies the vast array of choices in hot tubs, saunas, and steam baths. In addition to explaining the basic features of various models and helping you choose which units will work best for your needs, preferences, and available space, Sanderfoot also discusses the sometimes bewildering array of add-ons that your retailer will be more than happy to sell to you! From built-in sound systems and computer screens to pulsing lights and concealed waterfalls, the cosmetic possibilities are endless.

Once you have chosen the model or models that are right for you, Sanderfoot explains the installation, environmental, and safety requirements that will make your hot tub, sauna, or steam bath a relaxing, enjoyable place to be. He also adds tips on getting the most out of your home spa features, sharing the benefits with family and friends, and maintaining your investment for many years of carefree relaxation.

$ 19.95 US

Details

  • Paper
  • Pages: 160
  • Size: 8 1/2 x 10 7/8
  • Color: Full-color; Photographs and illustrations throughout
  • ISBN: 978-1-58017-549-4
  • Order Number: 67549

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