Steam Saunas

Steam saunas use electric heaters that heat the air and heat rocks sitting on top of the heater. Pouring water over the hot rocks creates steam and increases the heat and humidity in the air for your sauna bathing session.

These steam saunas are sometimes also called wet/dry saunas because the heaters that are used put out dry heat, and you get wet heat or humidity by adding the water to the rocks. The water immediately evaporates and this creates the steam in the sauna cabin.

Hybrid Saunas

In addition to the wet/dry electric sauna heater, the Hybrid sauna models also have the infrared sauna heaters in them. You can choose to use either source of heat during your sauna bathing session.

You may prefer to have the two different options for heat. If you will be using the saunas with children, you may not want to use the electric stove, or if seniors will be using the sauna, they may have difficulty breathing the hotter, more humid air from the electric stove as well. You have options.

Indoor Steam Saunas

Our indoor Steam Saunas are stand alone units that do not require any drains or venting. Once you are done with your sauna session, simply let the moisture evaporate. Or run the heater dry to speed up the evaporation. Wipe down your sauna after every few sessions with a clean, dry cloth.

Check out the SunRay Steam Saunas or Golden Designs Saunas.

Outdoor Steam Saunas

Be sure when you are purchasing a steam sauna for outdoor use that the sauna is rated for the outdoors. Using steam saunas outdoors that are rated for indoors will likely void your warranty if any damage occurs from outdoor elements.

For high-quality Steam Saunas that are built to withstand the outdoors, we currently have the Dundalk LeisureCraft and Enlighten Saunas.

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