It should go without saying that all manufacturing and installation processes are carried out with the utmost regard for safety, not only for our staff but for the end user and the safety of the equipment. Unfortunately, it appears though that this does need to be mentioned. All too often these days we are called to carry out repairs or offer advice on badly specified jobs and installations. These problems can range from incorrectly installed temperature sensors where the sensor has been positioned with a clear lack of regard to the manufacturers specifications and can potentially be very dangerous, to jobs that have been specified in such a manner to mask underlying problems that require immediate intervention. Sometimes this comes down to a naivety or lack of knowledge from the installer or specifier in question, however this is no excuse. Saunas and steam rooms are fantastic assets to your health and wellbeing if safety precautions are adhered to, but we need to remember that they have the potential to go wrong if not installed correctly and the effects of this can be devastating. When you consider buying a sauna or steam room, we always urge clients to seek references from past projects and works to glean a little bit of background as to the integrity and professionalism of a company to ensure they will do the absolute best job for you, by way of visuals, comfort and most importantly, safety.