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Now you can experience the pleasure of a sauna just when you want it with our stylish clear, red cedar wood saunas that are designed for the cottage or home.
Constructed from Western red cedar with tongue and groove walls and dovetail joints, they’re durable and strong.

Available in 8 sizes. Cedar door with glass, 2 tier benches, and optional side window. 
The Cabin sauna is built of solid 2×6 tongue and grooved walls and unique dovetailing notching system to secure the corners. 

Solid logs mean the inside and the outside have the attractive cedar appearance.
Simple "Lincoln Log" style assembles in 2-3 hours. The 2x6 logs (1.5" thick) provide more than sufficient insulation to hold the heat for a 1 to 2-hour sauna session.

The solid log construction means a beautiful, clear cedar appearance inside and out. 

Made in Canada

  • Cabin Pre-Fab Saunas
  • Prefab vs. Material Kit
  • Assembly & Video (IC)

Cabin Pre-Fab Saunas (2x6 log style)


  • Cabin Pre-Fab saunas are manufactured in Canada.
  • Constructed of solid  2x6 tongue and groove Clear Western Red Cedar "logs" with notch corners and threaded rod system for secure assembly.
  • Benches are pre-assembled.
  • Standard heater is the Saaku Sauna CP model with control built into the front base of the heater.
  • Sauna Door with full-length single pane tempered window (15" x 60").
  • Cedar floor in walking area only (not under benches).
  • It is important to remember that a prefab sauna is being built in another room.  You have to plan and allow for clearances required.
  • Outside height is 82-1/8". Due to the assembly process, you need a minimum of 85" for assembly. (we suggest 90" to be safe).
    Some height adjustment is possible when ordering.
    Sometimes people will assemble sauna and slide it into an area of lower height. If you have a height limitation, speak to us and we can review options.
  • Pre-fab saunas are outside dimensions. Add 2" for ceiling overhang. (5' x 6' = 64" x 76"). (Keep in mind when locating the sauna in a corner)
    (Note: We also offer a version without the overhang. Contact us to discuss this option).

Wiring tips for Cabin saunas

  • There is no wall cavity so all wiring is on the surface. Cabin saunas include a heater with built-in control. 240v wire comes directly to the heater through the wall (hole not pre-drilled). If you select one of the Optional Tylo heaters with separate control, we provide a channeled trim to mount control and conceal wire.
  • If light included: We recommend the new wireless light bulbs that come with their own low profile wireless light switch. You can mount the light on the ceiling or hidden wall, so the wire is not visible. You then "stick" the light switch on the front exterior wall of the sauna.
    You can also install a standard light switch in an adjoining wall next to the sauna, conceal wire in the wall and come down into the sauna from a blind side.
  • Use a pancake electrical box for the light.  It can be mounted inside the sauna and sauna fixture will cover it.

                    Wireless Light                         Light switch and conduitC            

                 Inside trim for Tylo with Separate control                






Prefab vs. Material Kit


(Also known as Pre Built Saunas)

  • These saunas are pre-fabricated (like the name suggests). 
  • They can be assembled in 2-3 hours.
  • With Pre-Fab saunas there is no additional framing or insulation. The walls are self-supporting.
  • Everything is designed for quick assembly without specialized tools.
  • Saunas can be dismantled.


(Also commonly referred to as Sauna Material Packages, Sauna Liner Kits, Do-It-Yourself Sauna Kits)

  • A Sauna Kit refers to the inside "skin" of the sauna.
  • You or your contractor build the frame walls, insulate and finish the exterior.
  • We provide kits that consist of inside materials such as a door, cedar lining, molding, benches, a heater, a vapour barrier, and more.
  • You will trim the boards and nail them to the walls & ceiling.
  • You will assemble and install the benches, hang the door, etc.
  • Kits are installed permanently into a home (or club) during renovation or new construction.
  • The installed kit can blended in to home decor and can be customized in to any shape or size.
  • Sauna kits are more popular than pre-fab saunas




  • It's portable.  While we would not recommend moving it on a regular basis, it can be dismantled and re-assembled elsewhere.  If you are renting your home, this may be a better solution.
  • If you can't build a sauna yourself and can't get someone to build one, then a prefab is a viable option.
  • Perhaps you already have a finished basement and you do not want to deal with the mess of a full construction project.
  • Sometimes renovators do not want to "do" a sauna for whatever reason.  In such cases we often see a pre-fab sauna and then the renovator drywalls around it so it appears built in.


Material Kit

  • If you are doing renovations, a material kit allows the sauna to be incorporated as part of the house finishes.  It is not a stand-alone structure set off from the rest of the home. 
  • There are some limitations with a pre-fab structure in terms of size and shape.  With a built in sauna kit, you can build virtually any size or shape sauna.
  • A framed sauna with the stud cavity filled with insulation will have more insulation value. (The flip side is that a sauna is generally only on for an hour or so.  The amount of heat loss in an hour is minimal.  For the hour you are there, the sauna will feel hot.

Indoor Cabin Assembly Instruction Manual: Click Here 


See below Assembly Video:

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