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    Lightbulb Sauna

    We have in our facility in Seattle WA the largest steam room in two sections. I'm planing to close the half of the steam room down, and have another opening from the other end (door way) in the half another door between steam room and sauna. The front room will operate at is right now a steam room the other half with the new door on the end and cedar on the floors benches and walls the sauna. In the beck has two existing showers. Is that legal to have the shower in the sauna? It's closed walls and shower doors on. The existing size for the whole room are 32'X20' the steam room will be after remodeling 20'X20' door in the front entrance new door the excess to the sauna or beck to the steam. The sauna will be 14'X20' and another new door on the end.

    Please let me know your thoughts, thanks

    David

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    Default Re: Sauna

    Quote Originally Posted by David Szucs View Post

    Please let me know your thoughts, thanks

    David
    Not trying to brush you off, but this is a question for someone other than home inspectors.
    Try an architect or general contractor in your area.
    Maybe even manufactures of steam/sauna room equipment.

    ' correct a wise man and you gain a friend... correct a fool and he'll bloody your nose'.

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    Default Re: Sauna

    Rick is right. There may be someone on here that coincidentally knows the answer to this, but this is way out into the commercial use side, and that's not what most of us work with.

    Jim Robinson
    New Mexico, USA

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    Unhappy Re: Sauna

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Cantrell View Post
    Not trying to brush you off, but this is a question for someone other than home inspectors.
    Try an architect or general contractor in your area.
    Maybe even manufactures of steam/sauna room equipment.

    You right Rick I will contact one architect friend.
    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Robinson View Post
    Rick is right. There may be someone on here that coincidentally knows the answer to this, but this is way out into the commercial use side, and that's not what most of us work with.

    Thanks Jim for taking the time, I will contact one architect friend and ask him.

    David


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