A recent email exchange from an authentic sauna DIY builder: Question: Do you have a recommended size for a candle window between the sauna and
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Hundreds of thousands of traditional saunas are functioning just fine without electricity, along lake shores and rural countrysides of Europe. As most have been around
The definitive word on what kind of glass to use for windows in the sauna (I can really see clearly now)
As many know, I have built a bunch of saunas. I help hundreds build their own sauna thanks to my ebook (and an unwavering enthusiasm
A sauna door with no window at all The only time to build a sauna door with no window at all is if you are living
- 8′ x 12′ x 84″ tall, outside dimensions.
- 2″ x 6″ x 1/4″ aluminum underlayment framing.
- Shed style steel roof, color per choice of customer
- Cedar lap siding 6″ standard, or exterior to match per choice of customer.
- 34″ exterior door.
- Premium Kuuma Wood fire sauna stove. Glass window. Ash pan. Heat shields side and back. Water tank optional.
- Durarock backsplash
- Standard floor drain in hot room
- Standard durarock floor with duck board finished floor in hot room.
- Premium clear cedar upper and lower bench system.
- Hot room window: 16″ x 48″ fixed 1/4″ tempered glass.
- Changing room window: 18″ x 24″ double hung operable window.
- Sauna door: 24″ x 76″ with 10″x 18″ fixed window in door.
- Tongue and groove cedar throughout.
- Under bench LED lighting in hot room
- Overhead sconce Dimmable lighting hot room & changing room
- 12 volt system or 110v system, per choice of customer
- Candle window in common wall to match door in hot room
- All the hooks, racks and hardware assembly to complete your sauna.
Q: Do I really need …. (fill in the blank)? A: “Maybe not, but we build our saunas one time, and we get to enjoy
Sauna build in Northwest Wisconsin has changed the whole cabin experience: everyone wants to hang out there
Guest post series continues. Please welcome John from Minneapolis by weekdays and Northwestern Wisconsin, near Hayward, by weekends. Welcome John: What compelled you to build