Sauna Store in Raleigh and Durham
Call 919-444-8500 for local delivery and assembly in North Carolina
Delivery to anywhere in the US. Assembly available in Raleigh, Durham and the Triangle.
Choose between our selection of barrel saunas to find the one that is the perfect size for your space and needs. Our barrel saunas are built with high quality Nordic spruce wood and treated so that can handle the elements and the heat. These saunas can sit anywhere from 4 to 6 and come with options that include a front porch and windows.
Barrel Sauna by Features
Barrel Saunas by Seating Capcaity and Size
Popular Indoor Saunas
Our Auroom saunas are not just the perfect compliment to your home but also the most advanced modular sauna on the market.
It has a modern but contemporary look that fits in to most patio environment.
- Electric or gas heater with WiFi control
- LED lights
- Full glass door
- 2-8 people options
- Sizes: 5′ W 4′-7′ D 7′ H
- 240 Volt
Need a Concrete Pad for Your Outdoor Sauna?
Contact the team at Epic Hot Tubs to learn about getting a custom concrete patio for your backyard. Our expert team specializes in traditional and stamped concrete patios and can even add on to an existing pad.
Concrete patios are perfect for hot tubs, swim spas, saunas or just a space to hang out.
At Epic Hot Tubs, we offer a variety of financing options to qualified customers with credit approvals. Call our sales team or visit one of our locations to learn more about our financing options and current promotions!
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Frequently Asked Questions About Saunas
How are saunas heated?
Saunas can be heated with gas, electric or even wood. Most modern saunas are heated using electricity (220V) which requires an electrician to install.
What is the maximum temperature? How long does it take to get there?
Saunas can reach internal temperatures of 195 F and typically take 15 to 30 minutes to reach temperature.
What kind of ongoing maintenance is needed?
Caring for a sauna does not need to be a labor intensive process. General maintenance consists of simply wiping down any mess as it occurs including sweat, body oils and debris. Paint and sealants should not be applied to a sauna, though if the color begins to tarnish, the wood can be sanded down to reveal its original finish.