- Ball-and-socket lumber: 1-3/8″ thick
- Any glass features are tempered
- Stainless steel bands, hinges, and fasteners
- Interior LED light
- Cedar heater guard
- Weather-resistant plastic support cradles
- Two opposite-facing benches for sitting or reclining
- Indoor or outdoor usage
- Hand-crafted lumber profiles and end sections
- Limited lifetime warranty on the sauna room; five years on the heater
- Best-in-class electric heater & sauna stones
- Made in the USA
Holds up to two people
Heater size: 4.5kW, 220V, 30-amp requirement, hard-wire connect
Lighting electrical: 110V, 15-amp service, plug-in connect
Assembled size: 72″W x 47″D x 77″H
Interior Room size: 71″W x 39″D x 71″H
Bench dimensions: 18″W x 39″L x 17″H
Shipping weight: 540 lbs
Shipping size: 74″L x 41″W x 52″H
Note: All dimensions are approximate
Lumber type: Choose between three different types of solid lumber. Rustic fir is light in color, with small knots creating a unique pattern on each piece. Rustic cedar has a slightly red hue amongst the knots and boasts a pleasant cedar aroma. Clear cedar is premium lumber, with knots noticeably absent. All three lumber options are 1 ⅜” thick to insulate the sauna room.
Vista Rear Window: Open the barrel sauna interior to breathtaking views with the addition of the vista rear window. This 20” x 36” piece of 3/8” glass sits on the back end barrel, above the electric heater.
Bench style: Choose between the horizontal slat bench design or the vertical slat bench design. Named for the orientation of the 2x4 pieces of lumber that make up the bench, each offers a different look and feel to the interior of the sauna.
Door style: Outfit your sauna with one of the following four door options: deluxe glass, fading glass, wood with a window, all-wood.
Heater: You can upgrade the Salem from the standard 4.5kW heater to a 6kW.
The Salem will ship via an LTL truck and will arrive curbside on a single pallet.
Care & Maintenance
Traditional saunas require very little upkeep. Simply wipe down the interior after each use and check for any dust or debris that you may have tracked in. Read more about long-term care and maintenance here.
Heater and stones are essential to a traditional sauna experience. With the room at least heated to 160ºF, the traditional sauna can be enjoyed two ways. The first is called a dry sauna, which lacks any added moisture. The second is called a wet sauna, where you sprinkle water onto the heated stones to create a refreshing burst of steam and added humidity.
Some basic handyman skills are helpful when assembling the sauna. The only additional equipment needed is a cordless drill. Two people can generally do the assembly in 6 hours or less. It is recommended that you review the assembly manual in advance to familiarize yourself with the process.