You can browse our collection of outdoor saunas here!
Some quick tips on the different options:
With almost all saunas you have a choice between clear and knotty cedar wood. Both wood types are very resistant to weather, and have good insulation capabilities. They are also cool to the touch inside. The difference between them is aesthetic: the clear wood has a more uniform, clean look, while the knotty wood is more rustic.
The main choice is between electric and wood burning sauna heaters. Electric heaters are an easy choice in cities and more tightly populated areas. In more remote, and off-grid, cabins, the wood-burning heaters give you a real authentic sauna experience.
We go into more detail on these sauna upgrades in our Dundalk sauna buyer's guide. We understand if you feel that there are a lot of "moving parts" with these products. If you have any questions about these saunas, please give us a call at 888 554 4332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org!