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Most people pay between $3,500 and $12,000 USD for outdoor saunas. A custom indoor sauna typically costs between $8,000-$12,000 USD while an indoor sauna kit can be purchased for as little as $1,500 USD.
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We don’t recommend buying or installing a home sauna because you think it will raise your property value. If you plan on moving soon, you may want to consider a sauna that can move with you like a portable, mobile, or barrel sauna. However, there are many sauna benefits that are not financial – sauna is an EXCELLENT investment in yourself and your family.
The best way to buy a sauna is to first carefully consider what type of sauna you want, and what features you like. Once you know what you want, you can find a local sauna builder, buy a sauna kit online, or learn how to build one yourself. Sauna Marketplace has tools and a buyers portal to help you sort through your options.
The two big categories of sauna are Infrared Saunas and Dry Saunas. The most confusing part about buying sauna is that dry sauna, wet sauna, Swedish sauna, Estonian sauna, and Finnish sauna are all the same type of sauna. Dry saunas can be indoor, or outdoor saunas. Both indoor and outdoor saunas can be wood-fired or electric. Outdoor saunas can be barrel, shed, tent, or mobile saunas. Any sauna can be a custom sauna.
Generations of sauna bathers have continued the tradition knowing one thing: it makes them feel better, they like it, and they can’t imagine life without