Ever thought of owning your own sauna, but didn't know how to build one or where to put it? Port Coquitlam's Sauna King Systems Inc., has just the thing for you thanks to its development of an indoor/outdoor modular sauna called Steamcube.
"The benefit of this modular sauna is that it can be assembled in just 30 minutes using only an Allen key and it can be located anywhere you like," explains Jorma Tapaneinin, co-owner of Sauna King Systems Inc. "It's ideal for the basement, the deck, or on the dock by the cabin."
Sauna King Systems has been manufacturing and installing saunas and sauna heaters for more than 40 years. The Steamcube comes with a fully insulated base, structurally engineered walls and attractive exterior LED lighting.
The company designed the Steamcube to be functional, portable and simplistic, yet providing high quality in terms of the material, construction and workmanship. The end result is a turnkey sauna that any consumer can build for their home.
The modular Steamcube was designed to have a contemporary look to place it at the top of its product class. Its modern design is in sharp contrast to the perception of a sauna having the appearance of a large outhouse with a funny looking roof.
Steamcube was first displayed at the Vancouver Home and Design Show in November 2016, and the public's response was extremely positive.
As a standalone product, Steamcube can be placed inside or outside and can easily be moved due to its portability. In just a short time after unpacking it, the consumer will have a custom-finished sauna without the need to hire a finishing carpenter. A licensed electrician is required to do the electrical hookup.
One of the issues with building a sauna is making sure that the correct components are used. The Steamcube is designed to ensure that every component is correctly located. Another primary requirement of any sauna is proper and adequate ventilation. The Steamcube comes already equipped with the appropriate vents.
The Steamcube is constructed in a beautiful Western Red Cedar wood. The varying-coloured outside LED lights definitely add a decorative appeal to this contemporary sauna.