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We spend more time and effort on home interior design than ever before. We are now able to create the exact look and feel of every aspect of our home. Why not apply the same attention to detail with the design of your own custom sauna room?
The days of using a pine “hot-box” as your personal sauna are behind us. With today’s new construction materials, you can create the precise look and feel that you desire. Let’s look at some of the materials that can be used to set your sauna apart from the typical sauna found at most health clubs.
Unconventional materials such as glass, stone and slate are becoming popular. These materials are challenging traditions and giving people a luxurious feel maximizing space and light.
Installation of a Panel Built Almost Heaven Pinnacle Indoor Sauna Room with HUUM Electric Sauna Heater System
You might be wondering what it takes to install a panel-built sauna room in your own home.
Our recent experience helping a customer install their very own indoor sauna will help to answer all your questions. Whether you plan to build it yourself or have our installation team build it for you, the steps and the result will be the same.
Four Types of Sauna for Every Home - Panel-Built Sauna, Standard-Cut Sauna, Custom-Cut Sauna and Barrel Sauna
There are four typical styles of sauna room: Panel Built, Standard Cut, Custom Cut, and Barrel Saunas.
Each type of sauna has unique benefits which can ease the construction of your perfect sauna room. There are also cost benefits between the different types of sauna rooms. A good understanding of where you will construct your sauna room and how you will be using your sauna room will help determine the best type of sauna room for your needs.
Have you ever dreamed of having a beautiful and healthy sauna in your own home? If you have, you probably were unsure of how to get started. The following pointers should help to get you on your way. And remember, if you have any questions that need answers feel free to call the team at Finnish Sauna Builders. We are here to help you create the sauna of your dreams.
How is a Finnish Sauna different from other baths?
A sauna requires an insulated room, clad in a softwood such as Cedar Wood. It also needs a heater which can raise the room temperature to around 180 degrees. When the stones are hot enough, a small splash of water will create a nice blast of steam to raise the humidity level for a brief time. Remember, a dry sauna differs from a steam bath as a sauna room is typically 255 humidity while a steam shower is 100% humidity.
Have you ever dreamed of having your own Finnish Sauna Room right in your own home? It might be easier than you think. With a little research, a touch of carpentry experience and some good old fashioned hard work, you can create a safe and wonderful sauna experience right in your own home.
When deciding which system to purchase you will want to focus on the quality of construction, proper steam generator size, functionality and style of the control system, length of warranty and safety certifications.