A Self-Built Sauna will add value to your home or cottage.
Building a DIY sauna may be a very satisfying experience for those with a little hand-eye coordination and a hammer or two. It's always a good and enjoyable experience to see your finished item for the first time. The difference with DIY saunas is that you may then relax in your newly completed project while recharging your batteries.
MATERIALS FOR BUILDING A SAUNA
We supply you with everything you need, including:
Reflective foil is used to insulate and maintain heat in the walls. This hidden component is critical because it allows your sauna to attain the temperatures necessary for it to be effective.
Cedar planks — in the heat of a sauna, this soft wood is the finest at resisting deterioration. Other woods may work for a short time, but in the long term, cedar is the finest option.
Tile is a common type of flooring. Kromotex is a four-coat epoxy paint product that seals your floor attractively.
Lighting - You can't use standard lights in your sauna because they aren't intended to withstand the excessive heat and humidity. A dimmer switch, which allows you to alter the light levels within your sauna and maximize your relaxation, is a common addition on many DIY and prefabricated saunas.
A well fitted and sealed door is a fundamental necessity. Heat loss through ill-fitting doors is a huge issue, as your sauna may never achieve the optimum temperatures required for all of the health benefits you need.
Allow us to assist you every step of the way, from ensuring that you have an efficient plan to meeting all building code requirements.