Saunas (Traditional)

Frequently Asked Questions regarding traditional, outdoor and DIY saunas from Eco-Tech Saunas.

It will take approximately 25-30 minutes to heat up your sauna.

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You can use cement, tile or stone.

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It is recommended that you have a floor drain, so that any excess water has somewhere to go. However if it is impossible to install a floor drain we recommend placing a metal pan under the sauna heater to catch any excess water.

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No, you only need to vent from an adjacent room to bring in air to provide proper air flow and oxygen levels in the sauna.

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You will require R13 for the walls and R26 for the ceiling.

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Yes, you can if you already have an existing building or building a structure to house your sauna. You will have to frame, insulate and wire your building prior to installing our do it yourself liner kit package.

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Yes, you can use it dry or wet.

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