- Product Description
Internal Panel Frame
Panel frame constructed using 32 x 32mm framing timber. The space between the framing is to be filled
with up to 50mm Rockwool insulation. A foil lined vapor barrier should be used between the cladding and
framing in commercial applications.
Dimensions for a typical panel show the frame is 1875 x 615mm with cladding height at 1895 this works with our standard door height of 1875mm.
Fitting the panel to the base of the sauna
Panels typically sit onto a 32 x 32mm base made from the framing timber. Panel shown with cladding on both sides. If only inside is visible hardboard can be used on the exterior to reduce costs.
The sauna is typically finished with skirting made from overlap mould around the inside base of the panels.
Cladding directly on existing walls
It is possible to clad directly onto existing walls using timber stud framework and simply affix insulation and internal cladding, this may necessitate the inclusion of a vent in the construction. The existing room could, depending upon it’s construction cause condensation to form which is both undesirable to the cabin and the to property.
If cladding directly onto an existing wall it is worth considering the use of a vapor barrier with a foil lining between the cladding and the existing wall. For commercial saunas a vapor barrier is also required when building a free standing sauna as described above.
It is necessary to check if the room is square. If not square it is advisable to pack the battens to create square walls. When cladding directly to the wall the sames frames can be fixed to the wall or just use horizontal battens (vertical battens if horizontal cladding is preferred) similar to a stud wall construction.
The ceiling will need to be made using frames as shown above. It may be necessary to clad the frames before installing, joint overlap mould can be used to cover the join between panels. Corner mould can be fitted where the walls meet the ceiling. A nail gun is the best method for fixing overlap and corner mould. Packs of joint overlap and corner mould are available from the website.
- Delivery & Warranty
DIY sauna kit orders are usually despatched with 7-10 working days, bespoke cutting may take longer.
Kerbside delivery to Mainland England or Wales £59 for other areas please use our delivery calculator at the checkout or call our sales team for a quotation.
Sauna DYI kits are delivered on a palletised shipping service to the kerbside of your property. We recommend two people are available to offload the pallet which usually takes around 20 minutes. Gloves and safety goggle are recommended especially when handling glass.
Once your order has been picked (usually 7-10 working days) it will be palletised and despatched, you will receive a call from the carrier 2 days in advance of delivery to arrange a suitable delivery date.
If your order is not immediately required please let us know as soon as possible.
For full details please refer to our Shipping Policy.
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