Thick Nordic spruce timber wall sections
Double tongue-and-groove profiling of timber sections
Tempered glass window and door
Clear spruce upper and lower benches
Safety rail and upper bench foot support
Wrap-around exterior porch
Exterior privacy panels
Electric or wood-burning heater options
Sloped roof with porch covering
Note: roofing shingles not included
A door equipped with a lock
Adjustable upper and lower vents
Holds between four and six people
Standard heater: 8kW, 220V, 40-amp electrical requirement, hardwire connect
Heater upgrades available: Virta electric heater, PRO20 wood-burning heater, and Legend wood-burning heater
Exterior dimensions with porch: 128”W x 112”D x 107”H
Sauna room exterior dimensions: 80”W x 75”D
Interior dimensions: 75”W x 70”D x 88”H
Upper bench dimensions: 75”L x 36”W
Lower bench dimensions: 75”L x 18”W
Door size: 75”H x 32”W
Window size: 68”W x 20”H
Package 1: 103” x 8” x 8” (support post)
Package 2: 84”x 48” x 50” (sauna)
Package 1: 25 lbs
Package 2: 1800 lbs
Assembled weight: approx. 1,750 lbs
Heater: The Timberline comes standard with an electric heater. You can choose to upgrade it to a Virta deluxe heater or a wood-burning heater and chimney kit.
The Timberline will ship via flatbed.
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.
Definite handyman or contracting skills are required. The instructions are basic and written for a global market with the assumption that the assembler has construction experience. Do not attempt to build on your own if you are not familiar with construction practices nor able to work with general instructions. It is recommended that you read the assembly manual in advance if you are unsure of your ability. Two people can generally assemble the unit in 2-3 days.