The materials used in our sauna are hemlock and red cedar, which are the best sauna materials, waterproof and anti-corrosion. Cedar is the best wood choice for extending outdoor living. With proper care and maintenance, your cedar sauna should last 15-20 years.
Outdoors, the sauna can be added to a deck or porch, or built on its own. Wood burning and steam options are ideal for outdoor locations. Here's some knowledge on how to build a sauna outdoors: Use a solid, level foundation.
How can I protect my outdoor sauna?
Many sauna owners want to use sealants to reduce moisture build-up on frequently touched surfaces, such as benches and floors. However, due to the high temperature in the sauna, ordinary sealants, paints and protectants cannot be used. A sauna sealant can be purchased to help protect your wood.
The sauna's modern aesthetic and fresh, natural touch have a timeless design form that makes it as appealing in your backyard as it is in a remote landscape. Fortunately, buying and installing a sauna or sauna kit at home has never been easier, and you can easily achieve total rejuvenation at any time.
We recommend sauna enthusiasts to sauna three to four times a week for no more than an hour at a time.