Steam Sauna Kit
Build your own sauna
On this page we will look at the steam sauna kit and what you need to
consider before buying a kit and jumping into this very interesting
If you are handy and know your way around a toolbox it can be a very rewarding project that can be finished the same day.
However, if you are all thumbs, but still want to build your own sauna it is a much better idea to look at modular steam sauna kits that require very little skill and is mostly very easy to put together.
The bonus when building your own is that you can order a customized kit to suit your home and specific tastes.
Planning your sauna before ordering you Steam sauna kit
There are several points you need to consider before placing your
order to ensure that your sauna works well and provide you with
pleasure. Failing to plan can cause moisture damage to the surrounding
areas and will be like throwing money in the water.
Keep the following in mind:
Where do want to place your sauna? Is there enough space? Will it
provide you with the necessary privacy needed when entering and leaving
If you want to have a small sauna consider a
two-person kit to avoid feeling claustrophobic and to be able to lay
down and stretch out. Larger saunas take up more space, power and cost
more. Be very specific in your requirements before you order your steam sauna kit to prevent disappointment and crowding!
- Walls and floors
Your floors and walls need to be isolated but also sealed against
moisture to prevent future damage. It is prudent to use a concrete,
tile, linoleum and any other type of floor that will not absorb water.
- Power usage
Some of the steam sauna kits have no special power requirements and can
be plugged into a regular power socket, but some of them have special
power requirements. Do your homework beforehand or be prepared to call a professional in to help you with this.
- Build-in or portable?
you want a sauna that is a permanent feature in your home or do you
prefer one that you can quickly and easily take apart and move around?
- Pre-cut or Pre-fabricated?
pre-cut kit, although pre-marked, will take more time and effort to
figure out and put together and will require you to build a frame and to
isolate and seal the area in advance. A pre-fabricated kid
will take only minutes to put together as most of the assembly work is
already for you. It is usually pre-build, pre-wired and fully equipped.
It has the added bonus that it can easily taken apart and moved to
To learn more about infrared sauna kits, go to the Portable Infrared Sauna Reviews page.
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