This standard Ukko Cedar log sauna was picked up from our factory in Sussex Inlet for delivery to regional NSW. As a standard it comes with clear glass door in Cedar frame incl. Cedar handles, stainless steel hinges and roller catch. We’ve put there 3.5kW Harvia heater with built-in controls and rocks: Inside sauna has one wider (490mm) upper bench and one narrower (390mm) lower bench: And of course, the sauna has all standard accessories: You can read more about this sauna package by clicking here…
Category: Cedar Sauna Kits
We are finally started to put together our Cedar log sauna for display. It’s winter and we are missing our hot rock sauna sessions after hard work. The sauna we are making now is one of our standard size – 1986 x 1686 x 2005mm using solid one section walls out of our popular 130 x 38mm V-shape Cedar panels. This time we’ve decided to make a base and a floor for this sauna: We’ve cut all structural timbers to size (corners, wall frames and connecting strips) including wall panels so we can start the actual sauna assembly:
Our choice is always – traditional sauna door – to keep the heat and get the sauna run 100 plus degrees Celsius!We hung the door and attached handles: Well, the sauna is not quite finished yet as we are busy with few barrel and log saunas that are scheduled to be test fitted now but managed to finish the door by inserting roller catch. Oh, and almost forgot – we also mounted bench supports (hopefully soon will make the benches): There are still few little things we want to finish like put Cedar lining to cover green timbers on the base and to move it more towards the wall. Obviously, next step would be to put benches in, assemble ceiling and roof pack on top (it is a display sauna), put together heater guard rail and get sparky to connect everything to our factory mains… We’ll keep you posted how we are going.
You are welcome to visit now and when it’s done even try it out
(Please don’t forget your swimmers and the towel)
Want to learn how to assemble Ukko Log Sauna?
Here are step by step instructions on how log sauna is assembled:
Step 1Put together sauna base frame by screwing supplied angle brackets in to the frame set boards:
Step 2Assemble walls with supplied wall structural timbers and screws: Repeat the process for all sauna walls.
Step 3Now it is time to put all the walls together: Once all the walls and door jamb frame attached you should have your main sauna structure look like this:
Step 4Mount top frame set (similar to sauna base frame set from step 1 except there’s no angle brackets) on top of the sauna and screw them with supplied screws to the walls:
Step 5Hang the door. In this case traditional door was ordered (standard door is glass door in Cedar frame):
Step 6Attach T&G ceiling panels to the top frame set with supplied hex screws:
Step 7Now that the main structure is done, install bench supports and place sauna benches on top:
Step 8Attach sauna top trims or roof package to finish installation. In this case customer ordered flat under slight angle roof frame to put fiber glass roofing sheets on site: Hang heater & light fitting, mount heater guard rail and place floor duckboard and your sauna is done: This sauna was completely made in our factory, test fitted and then flat packed for delivery. You can also order materials only package with all the instructions and made it yourself. These packages are on SALE now. Click to read more.
If you remember in one of our Facebook’s updates we’ve showed a sauna for Sydney. Well, now it is installed and we’ve received pictures from the customer: This sauna was made out of Ukko specially made log profiles (38mm thick) and you can see that every wall was done with no sections.
..Very happy with the sauna. Just wanted the colour a bit lighter but it is OK. In one hour and 10 min. control unit temperature was 107. Here are couple of photos. Thanks a lot. Yuri