The question of whether or not to purchase sauna kits for your home has been addressed many times before, and the answer is always the same–it depends. The type of sauna you intend to build will greatly determine what you can do with the sauna kits you buy. Some manufacturers even offer sauna kits with an option of either a wood-burning or electric stove, which includes this four-man, freestanding, aluminum sauna kit from Dundalk Outdoor. Like many other freestanding aluminum sauna kits, this unit also comes in a handy kit that requires assembly only that can sometimes take two people to complete.
Types and Benefits of Each Kit
Another popular type of sauna kit comes from the brand Alta White, which features a cedar-lined body that hangs from a sturdy metal framework and has a roof similar to a tent with integrated poles. The front of the sauna features four large, pre-cut sauna benches, and the back of the unit is also made of cedar. Although this unit is freestanding, it offers some flexibility when it comes to where you put it. It’s possible to stake it in the ground in your back yard, and there are also some locations on the site that would work well for a porch sauna. The ceiling of the sauna is designed with an open ceiling design, which will make the sauna available year-round as it provides year-round enjoyment from any location.
There are other well-known manufacturers of sauna kits as well, such as Nordicware, and the manufacturer of the original wood-fired sauna, Tefal. Both of these manufacturers provide an abundance of different kits that will meet the needs of almost anyone looking to purchase a sauna. The kits they offer consist of everything you need to build the sauna, from the wood, to the door, and the heating elements. They are both great choices for anyone who wants to build an outdoor sauna.