Salt Room Design - Boston, MA
Are you interested in adding a Salt Room or Salt Cave to your Boston wellness center, destination spa, hotel, resort, holistic health care practice, or fitness center? The halotherapy experts at TouchAmerica incorporate our experience and expertise into the design of every dry salt room therapy facility we work on.
As in most interior design projects, the available workspace and dimensions set the tone for decisions that follow. Square footage and the shape of the room will help to determine the appropriate size and settings of your halogenerator, as well as where best to place furnishings such as salt beds, salt tables, salt loungers, salt caves and capsules, lighting, sound systems and more. Whether you are repurposing existing space or creating from the ground up, the diverse range of salt room materials, equipment and accessories make it possible for every salt room to make an effective, inviting statement.
TouchAmerica salt room construction experts understand how to utilize space and budget, and the practical and aesthetic objectives our clients in the Boston area are trying to achieve. Whether you are an independent operator or part of a large organization, if you are looking to take advantage of salt room therapy's dramatic gain in popularity in Massachusetts, TouchAmerica salt room designers are here to help. We can work with your architects, contractors, and corporate planners, or take the lead to design and create a salt room you will be proud of.
Contact TouchAmerica today at 1-800-678-6824, or info@TouchAmerica.com. Let's take a few moments to talk about your specific requirements and TouchAmerica design concepts that can design and create a powerful, profitable statement for your Boston wellness center, destination spa, hotel, resort, holistic health care practice, or fitness center.
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