Whether you are building a new shower or remodeling an existing shower, isn’t it time to enhance the experience with a steam shower. By adding steam, you are creating a personal spa experience. This page will provide you a general understanding of what you need to know when planning the ultimate home spa.
Utilize the footprint of the existing shower enclosure. A steam room works best with a lower ceiling height. ThermaSol sizing formula uses a maximum ceiling height of 8ft. Higher ceilings will require more power and a larger generator size due to physics… heat rises.
Select a generator model based on the length, width and height of the shower enclosure. (ThermaSol sizing calculation is based on Max Ceiling Height of 8ft) Locate the generator indoors - in a dry, ventilated area.
The generator will need electricity and water. Install a 208/240 volt receptacle w/ appropriate breaker and wire size (see ThermaSol Specs) A ⅜ connection is used at the water inlet to the generator and ½ inch steam outlet connection (¾” steam line required for unit PRO-650 and larger) to the steam head in the shower. Plumb the generator drain pan per local code.
The controller and a steam head mount inside the shower enclosure (the control also functions as the temperature sensor).
Elevate the steam session to a multi-sensory experience with Lights, Chromatherapy, Sound, Rainhead, a complete spa in the privacy of your home.
If you are ready to start designing your dream spa click on the button below. You will be able to use our configurator to specify the items, styles and finishes. After you complete your creation, for your convenience, you will be able to email specifications, manuals and CAD drawings of all the selected items.
Please consult a contractor for complete construction requirements. Steam systems are installed by a licensed plumber, electrician and/or contractor.