Create your dream sauna in 7 steps
Do you have a space waiting to be transformed into a sauna? Whether it’s a small closet or a spacious room, you can customize it panel by panel. Enhance the look with fresh taika designs on the walls and new benches. Choose from standard options or contact us  for a personalized sauna just for you.
27 June, 2024 by
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Build your dream sauna step by step:

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SAUNA PANELS

Choose from a wide range of options: from modern Taika panels, classic Spruce, or heattreated Aspen or Alder panels to more unique designs like brushed or driftwood panels. Install them horizontally or vertically to achieve your desired look. Ensure proper insulation with at least 45 mm thick mineral wool. Leave an air gap between the outer wall and sauna insulation if against a cold outer wall. Remember to build the sauna as a separate ‘room in room’ structure.

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INTERIOR WOOD

Match the wall panels or create a beautiful contrast with benches and backrests. Opt for slim or wide boards in a classic or creative floating bench design.

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EXTRAS

Add comfort and style with skirting, floor grating, armrests, or side panels. 


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GLASS FRONTS AND CORNERS

Enhance the luxury factor with glass fronts and corners. Choose our durable, prefabricated glazed sections made of safety glass.

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DOORS

Ensure outward-opening sauna doors sealed with a magnetic lock, self-closing hinges, or equivalent for easy access. We recommend using professionally made sauna doors.a. 


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HEATER

Select the appropriate sauna heater based on the volume of the sauna room. As a rule of thumb, use approximately 1 kW per 1.3 m³ of room volume. For saunas with large glass surfaces or heavy wall materials, adjust the power accordingly

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LIGHTS

 Customize the sauna lighting to your preference. Conceal lights under benches and backrests for a cozy ambiance or choose retro-style lamps for wall or ceiling placement.

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