It is Saturday but we had to work and finish test fit of our popular Canadian Western Red Cedar barrel sauna.
Maxim, our customer, is coming over tomorrow to pick it up and we had to make sure that it’s all fitted properly :).
Customer ordered traditional sauna door. The reason is that his house does not have enough power for 8kW electric sauna heater and maximum he can go for is only 6.0Kw.
Traditional timber door holds heat much better (a bit of cost but way less than upgrading house power supply).
As always, all our saunas are fitted with two benches along sauna walls:
Still few staves to go and maybe no need for filler stave:
Well, filler stave it is and sauna is done:
We always get questions like how much..
Here it is with traditional door 1.8m dia at 2.4m length, electric heater with built-in controls, heater guard rail, two benches, floor duck board, air vents, sauna light fitting, sauna cradle, bucket, ladle and thermometer – $12,490.
We are packing this custom made sauna for a client in Brisbane. It features 600mm overhang, front seat, and big window at the back for relaxing views:
This is how this barrel sauna looks from inside:
Oh, and it will be supplied with electric heater and bitumen shingles to protect it from the rain
Want to order your sauna today? Call us on 0425 230 785 for more information.
We just finished refurbishing our 1.8m long Cedar barrel sauna. This sauna was used by us in Sydney before moving to Sussex Inlet.
In case you are wondering how we deliver it – simple, we flat pack it on to a made pallet for courier pickup this week:
While we were test fitting this sauna for customer in Torquay, VIC, we decided to show you how to assemble front and back wall of our barrels.
FRONT WALL ASSEMBLY:
Once all wall parts are together, simply screw them with supplied hex screws.
BACK WALL ASSEMBLY:
It is very similar to front wall except that there’s one more extra detail.
Note: In this image all parts are separate. This is just to show you where the parts need to be screwed together. Make sure that all wall components are tight together (the same as front wall)
That’s all there’s to it. Any questions, please contact us for more information.
We’ve just finished test fit of our 2.1m long Cedar barrel sauna. While we were test fitting this sauna, we thought to make few pictures and show you how you can assemble it yourself.
This sauna features traditional sauna door with square window, bitumen shingles for outdoor installation (if there’s no pergola to cover the sauna) and sauna air humidifier with Eucalyptus oil.
We did not put rings (you can see them near the shingles) but they need to be installed and tightened when putting this sauna on site.
Here’s how to assemble Ukko Cedar barrel sauna:
Place sauna base staves on to the supplied cradle. Fix one stave only at this stage to the cradle with supplied hex screws (we pre-drill holes. You can’t miss it):
Place front and back walls in to the staves grooves:
Use level to ensure front and back walls are properly leveled:
Continue with staves until sauna is fully done:
Screw every second stave on to the walls to fix them during installation. (Before placing rings, you remove screws):
Place stainless steel rings and tighten them with supplied rods and couplings:
Mount sauna door to the door jamb:
Install bench supports and place benches on top of them (you can choose the best possible height for you). We normally put one bench lower for sitting and one upper for laying down (it will be hotter there). Mount sauna heater with guard rail, put sauna light fitting (under one of the benches) and place floor duckboard:
Well, that’s pretty much it. All you need now is a licensed electrician to hook the heater to your mains and connect sauna light fitting with an on/off switch (on/off switch must be somewhere outside of the sauna). Once all is connected you can start enjoying your sauna.
If you have more questions or would like to place an order simply CONTACT US via email “sales(at)ukkosaunas.com.au” or via phone:
0425 230 785
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