Every project is individual, it depends on shipping address and size of all goods. We will send you shipping cost after you will provide us all information.
1 year for sauna itself
2 years for Harvia stove.
Every project is different, to produce usually it takes 1-3 weeks, then shipping time, depend shipping address but usually it takes 2-7 days.
It depends how many people are going to use the hot tub. We advise to choose the smaller hot tub as the water will heat up faster. Usually, it will take up to 2–4 hours for water to heat up. The duration depends on air temperature and water quantity. Obliviously you will spend more time heating up and pouring water into the bigger hot tub. We can make the hot tub according to your needs.
180 cm inside diameter (with internal stove 4–6 people; with external stove 6–8 people)
200 cm inside diameter (with internal stove 6–8 people; with external stove 8–10 people)
External and internal stoves are made from stainless steel. External stove is installed near the hot tub and is easily connected to the heating system. External stove is convenient if you keep your hot tub at the summer cottage – you can easily disconnect it and leave it in the safe place. An external stove is useful as the firewood cutoffs, ashes or other litter won’t fall into water. Also, it is easy to clean and put firewood inside it. There is more space for people inside the hot tub, if you have an external stove. Usually, the firewood in internal stoves are loaded from the upper part of the stove, there is a possibility that the water might be littered with ashes. You will safe some space in your yard, but less people will fit inside the hot tub.
Currently only SEPA EURO payments is accepted, but we are working on to add few more options. In the future we will accept Credit/Debit cards and cryptocurrency payments.
It is according to your needs and taste. Modern stone, Russian or Finnish sauna: temperature up to 120°C and humidity 5–20%; steam (humid) water (or Japanese): temperature 60–70 °C, humidity 75– 100%.
Of course and you must do this. However, you need to be careful not to pour water on the metal frame of the heater. Water drops poured on hot metal elements give stifling and unpleasant steam. It is a frequent practice to turn off the heater a few minutes before pouring the water on the stones – the water cools out, but the stones remain hot and water vapors from them. After that, you should turn the heater on again.
• In order to keep the sauna hygienic, it is recommended to clean sauna after the usage. You should wipe floors and benches with wet cloth as there migh be some perspiration left.
• For all types of saunas, the benches, backrests and walls get stains from the human body. You can clean them with water or to water them with little soap, or using special disinfection products. We recommend using organic natural products as eve peel or juniper and mugwort decoction as it has strong cleaning qualities.
• If used frequently, sauna may collect many bacteria, so it is recommended to disinfect its surfaces regularly. One of the best ways to clean – quick cleaning of sauna benches with water.
• After using sauna, you should ventilate the room; leave the floor mats upright, sauna doors open in order to dry. The dressing room will also get dry. Make sure that the stones are hot enough to dry the sauna. If the stones are already cool – turn on the heater for 15 min, or load a few firewoods in the mouth. If, after 12 hours, the bottom side of the lowest bench is still wet – there was not enough of heat left.
• Do not paint, varnish or stain with the regular paints or varnish. The wood should be natural, besides, the layer may be thick and you might get burned from it, when it gets hot, also, the toxic substances may fill the air.
• It is recommended using towels or special disposable mats – it would be cleaner and more comfortable.
• First of all, plastic hot tub requires flat ground – a wooden terrace will be perfect. If you have concrete blocks or concrete floor, we recommend a 5 cm underlaying layer of polystyrene. For soil (gravel is better) we also recommend a 5 cm underlaying layer of polystyrene. Before laying the ground for the hot tub, you should think about the water drainage.
• After the usage, you can simply drain the water from the tub – there is no need for additional maintenance. You can use the same bath or water-pool cleaning products for these tubs.
• We recommend changing water every two weeks and, if you use it frequently, you should use disinfection products.
• It is forbidden to keep the hot tub filled with water if outside temperature is below 0 °C.
• It is forbidden to turn on heater if there is not enough of water inside the hot tub (10 cm from the top).
• If you use the dry firewood, the water will heat up in 2–3 hours (according to the size of the tub). You should clean the stove after 2 or 3 mouths have burnt.
• You should drain the water only after all the firewood is burnt out and the stove is cool. Otherwise, there is a risk of damaging the tub and the stove.
• We recommend painting or impregnating the exterior wood paneling at least once a year – before or after winter.
• You should cover the hot tub with lid. It prevents from litter, animals, and is safe for children
Flat and solid ground is recommended for the hot tubs and outside saunas. If you have the concrete blocks or concrete floor, we recommend a 5 cm underlaying layer of polystyrene. For soil (gravel is better) we also recommend a 5 cm underlaying layer of polystyrene. Before laying the ground for the hot tub, you should think about the water drainage.
For outside saunas – there is no need for concrete foundation – the drilled poles are enough.
Barrel sauna has a base/sauna “legs”, so if the ground is flat, you can put them on concrete blocks.
If you want to have less trouble with firewood, ashes and soot – you should choose an electrical heater. The best heater is the one that heats the stones without other heating the air in the sauna. For electric heater as well as for wood-burning stove, the stones heat up from the hot metal. The heating elements for electrical heater can reach higher temperature than the wood-burning stove and it is believed that electrical heaters ionize the air better; besides, the heating elements are made from the high quality metal. On the other hand, the surface area of a wood-burning stove is bigger, therefore, has a better contact with air. The only way not to ionize air in sauna – is to make that the air won’t go through the heated metal. If you are tired of electromagnetic field and you just simply wish to enjoy the natural wood, you are not fond of luminous buttons with which you can control the heat – you should choose the wood-burning stove. The heating up – is an important part of the sauna prepration procedures.
All electrical parts are installed during the production. However, we recommend advising the licensed electrician before connecting outside hot tub or sauna into your local electrical system. Air massage system requires power of 0.9 kW, hydro massage – 1.1 kW or 1.5 kW, electrical heaters (for outside saunas) – 6 kW or 9 kW.