How to choose your Home Sauna: Outdoor Sauna vs. Indoor Sauna
When it comes to a home sauna, there are no wrong choices. Just like your home decoration, it all comes down to personal preference.
Sometimes the choice is an easy one. For example, if you live in an apartment, you will have to build your sauna indoors or choose a portable sauna (also known as a modular sauna). An outdoor sauna, on the other hand, can sometimes provide a more authentic sauna experience.
What Are The Differences Between an Indoor Sauna and Outdoor Sauna?
There are many similarities and differences between indoor saunas and outdoor saunas. As their name implies, the main difference is their location.
Indoor Home Saunas
If going indoors, you will also need to decide if you will be having a whole room dedicated to the sauna or just a part of the room.
Pre-Cut Sauna Kits are installed to the studs of an existing wall/room.
You choose the size and style; the sauna kit includes everything required to complete the project: wood, door, heater, vents, lighting, wiring, and hardware.
Modular Saunas (Portable Sauna)
They allow easy mobility within a larger space and require little (or no) deconstruction when moving to your home's different room or area.
Outdoor Home Saunas
Some examples of outdoor saunas include the traditional barrel sauna model. The barrel sauna concept does not only enhance your backyard but your health. These easy to assemble, practical and beautiful sauna rooms provide a unique look and outdoor living experience.
Are you lucky enough to be live by a lake or the sea? Then an outdoor sauna located right by the waterfront is the ultimate luxury.