Clearlight Saunas have been a leader in the industry for almost two decades. Their proven technology and high-quality craftsmanship make them one of the most popular far infrared sauna brands around the world. When selecting a sauna for your home, it's important to know what each brand offers. Let's look at four things that set Clearlight Saunas apart from other brands.
#1 Complete heater surround
When you walk into a Clearlight Sauna, you are surrounded by far infrared heaters. They are in the front wall, back wall, both side walls, and underneath the bench. When you turn the sauna on, the far infrared waves come from every direction heating your core evenly.
#2 Built with no toxic materials
You already know the many health and beauty benefits of routine sauna use. To ensure you get the most benefit from your sauna, Clearlight ensures there are no toxic materials used in its construction. The frame is made from solid wood instead of plywood which can give off toxic fumes under heat. The glues and varnishes are also non-toxic, perfect for those with chemical sensitivities.
#3 Low EMF and ELF Levels
For decades, doctors and scientists alike have expressed concerns over the effects that electromagnetic fields (EMF) and extremely low-frequency fields (ELF) have on the human body. To prevent the effects, Clearlight engineers its saunas to cancel out almost all EMF and ELF.
#4 Lifetime Residential Warranty
When you purchase a Clearlight Infrared Sauna for your home, you get a lifetime warranty with it. That warranty covers everything including the heaters, the wood, the controls, and the electrical components. It even covers the sound system if your model comes with one. You can also get it with a 5-year warranty for commercial use.
If you want to learn more about Clearlight Infrared Saunas, you are welcome to browse our website, stop by our showroom, or give us a call. We look forward to helping you select the right sauna for you and your home.
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