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Do You Want To Live Longer And Stronger?

You can with the help of a Barrel Sauna.

We’ll show you how to build a barrel sauna from scratch. Find out how it works and what materials are needed.

Saunas are an excellent way to reduce cardiovascular disease, cognitive decline, and premature death. These benefits have been proven by years of scientific research. And you can build your own DIY barrel sauna with help from our outdoor sauna plans pdf…

In Our Step-By-Step Email Course You’ll Discover:

The tools & materials needed to build a barrel sauna

How to prepare your wood, and build your barrel sauna

A step by step Guide to end walls of your sauna, including a door!

Turn up the heat your sauna using wood burning stove or an electric heater

Regularly using a Sauna is a great way to Stay Healthy!

It’s been proven that saunas can reduce cardiovascular disease, cognitive decline, and premature death. And you don’t have to go far to get the benefits of a sauna – just build a home sauna yourself!

With This Step-By-Step Guide On How To Build Your Own Barrel Sauna, It’s Easier Than Ever Before.

Our sauna plans and designs will show you everything from barrel design and building materials needed all the way through installation tips and tricks so you can get started today!

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Meet David:

David started to feel the aches and pains of his age more and more every day, until he got one of those free day passes at a local gym.

With nothing better to do, he thought he’d give it a go.

It turns out, he wasn't that big a fan of the gym itself, but he enjoyed the sauna so much that it became his new favourite place to go. When he discovered how beneficial it was for his health he was addicted.

He wanted to be able to have that feeling every day, but with the global pandemic the gym shut down.

David took this opportunity to build his own sauna from scratch at home, and now, even though the gym's open again, he can experience the life-giving wonders of the sauna without leaving home.

Benefits Of Sauna

Get rid of toxins
in your body

Relax &
relieve stress

Reduces lactic acid build up, boosts immunity, increases blood flow

sleep quality

Heat therapy releases serotonin and dopamine to reduce stress

See some examples

"The best way to relax after a day of work and play in the garden."

"We've been spending a lot of time in our new sauna lately. It's just the thing for these cold winter days!" #nofilter

"We built our own sauna in the garden!" #doitforthegram

You Can Also Design The Sauna To Match Your Personal Style And Create Your Own Perfect Place.

Building your own outdoor barrel sauna from scratch may not save you time or effort, but what you’ll gain by putting in the manual work yourself is worth more than money can buy.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Great question! In fact, we think this is such a good question, we put together a completely FREE email series explaining how to do it.Simply sign up and get it straight to your inbox.
Well, we think so! There are numerous benefits to using a DIY barrel sauna and if you want to find out more, check out the fantastic research Dr Rhonda Patrick has done over at Found My Fitness.If you’re more into listening than reading, check out this awesome interview of Dr Rhonda Patrick did with Tim Ferriss.
Sauna temperatures depend largely on the heat source used.Traditionally, saunas are heated by a wood fired heater, which is still the case today in parts of Finland.Most modern saunas, however, are heated by conventional electric heaters or infrared heaters. Conventional heaters warm the air to a high temperature, ranging from 70°C to 100°C (158°F to 212°F), optimally at 80°C to 90°C (176°F to 194°F) at the level of the user’s face. The heat of the warmed air transfers to the body.Infrared heaters emit thermal radiation, which heats the body directly while also warming the surrounding air. They operate at lower temperatures than traditional saunas, at 45°C to 60°C (113°F to 140°F).
That’s a great question! Download our FREE email series to get a comprehensive answer. In the meantime, for a 2-4 person sauna, you’ll need a heat source, a thermometer and humidity sensor, a lot of timber, a range of hand tools and some know-how (that’s where we come in).

Many sauna manufacturers offer a 25 year warranty. This is commonplace because the materials used to build a barrel sauna are so durable.

You’ll get a series of emails telling you everything you need to know to build your own barrel sauna, step by step.

If You Want To Know How To Make Your Own Barrel Sauna From Scratch, Then This Email Course Is For You.

I’m going to show you step by step how to build a barrel sauna using tools that are easily available. This outdoor sauna is perfect even if you have a small garden or don’t have much space.

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