If your sauna door will be solid, with no window to allow in outside light - make sure there is an existing light fixture and switch, or wire them in. There are lots of sauna lighting choices: wet/dry recesssed lights (4" or 6"), salt lamps , rope lights, lights on a dimmer, wood lampshades , infrared lights etc.
Rocky Mountain Saunas custom designs all of our sauna models and ensures each sauna is manufactured to our specifications. We offer the safest sauna available anywhere with Zero rated EMF far infrared carbon panel emitters. Our Nano-Carbon™ infrared heating panels are 97% efficient in producing the exact bandwidth of far infrared light/ heat that precisely matches the bio-frequency of the
Lighting in a sauna. Build your sauna with a window on the wall to the changing room (instead of a window in your sauna door). The window sill in the changing room is a great spot to mount a candle holder. The soft light from the candle casts a wonderful glow in your sauna room (and doesn't melt the candle!).
Inside the body, the light energy is converted into heat energy. In physics, this reaction is called Direct Light Conversion. An infrared sauna literally heats the human body from the inside out. The soothing warmth you feel in an infrared sauna is from your body heating up when the infrared light energy turns into heat.
Sauna Lighting. Sauna Lights of all types, Tinted Rough-Service Bulbs, High-Temp Wiring, Spare Parts - all here and available from stock! For all other Sauna Construction requirements, e.g. Timbers, Doors, Fittings, and everything else needed to build a Sauna - please see 'Sauna Construction' on our 'Home' page - it's all there!
This backyard building looks like a shed, but it's actually a sauna. The 8-by-12 foot structure is the best size for an outdoor building that houses a sauna, according to Minnesota sauna builder Glenn Auerbach. His saunas include a changing room and sauna room and a pitched roof.