Collection: Outdoor Saunas

Home saunas for sale for outdoor use are very popular. Options would include heating by electric heater with rocks, or wood-burning stoves.

From a small unit for the patio to a larger barrel unit or cabin style, options are available for any home lifestyle ready to incorporate a sauna into your daily living.

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FAQ`s

Most Frequently Asked Questions about Outdoor Saunas

Common types include traditional Finnish saunas, which use dry heat from a stove; infrared saunas, which use infrared heaters; and steam saunas, which use a steam generator. Each offers unique benefits and experiences.

Installation complexity depends on the sauna type and your DIY skills. Pre-fabricated kits are relatively easy to install, while custom-built saunas may require professional assistance and possibly permits.

The most important thing to know about the placement itself is that the spot is level and does not allow for water to pool or sit where the bottom of the sauna could absorb the water and begin to rot.

Maintenance involves regular cleaning, checking and maintaining heating elements, and ensuring proper ventilation. Wood components may require occasional sealing or staining to protect against weather.

Yes, outdoor saunas can be used year-round, but in colder climates, you may need to winterize the sauna and ensure it’s properly insulated so it doesn’t lose the heat as quickly.

Safety concerns include ensuring proper ventilation to prevent carbon monoxide buildup, and using non-slip flooring. Always follow manufacturer guidelines for heater installation and use.

The ideal size depends on how many people will use it simultaneously; a 4-person sauna typically measures about 6x8 feet. Consider your yard space and budget when deciding on the size.

Using an outdoor sauna can help reduce stress, improve circulation, and detoxify the body through sweating. Regular use may also enhance muscle recovery and promote better sleep.