Constructed from Canadian Red Cedar, the Yukon Two Person Cedar Heatwave Sauna has a classic framework that would be a great addition to any home. Durable and well insulated, this moisture resistant sauna is put together using a tongue and groove assembly, leaving you with a sauna that's built to last. Additionally, its six powerful carbon heaters target muscles and tissue deep below the surface of the skin, providing enhanced stress relief and blood flow.
The Yukon Two Person Cedar Heatwave Sauna comes complete with standard features such as an interior light for enjoying some reading material, adjustable vents for regulating outside air flow, and a bronze-tinted glass door for privacy and retaining heat. As added standard features, the Yukon Two Person Cedar Heatwave Sauna also includes a back rest, radio with CD player and mp3 connection, color therapy LED, and oxygen ionizer for a superior sauna experience.
Heatwave Saunas are reliable and simple to install with tongue and groove connections and standard electrical outlet plugs. With partially assembled parts and an included instruction manual, you can set up your sauna in almost no time. All Heatwave Saunas are energy efficient and aesthetically pleasing and are backed by CETL, valid in Canada and U.S.
- Dimensions: 47.25" x 39.5" x 75"
- Six carbon heaters
- 123 volt/15 amp electrical requirement
- Built with Canadian Red Cedar wood
Welcome to SaunaSupplyWorld, your online resource for quality saunas and accessories. We carry a fantastic selection of steam and infrared rooms in an assortment of sizes that are sure to fit any preference and budget. You won't want to miss the solid red cedar traditional saunas from Almost Heaven, a company that has been manufacturing beautiful, effective saunas in the United States for over thirty years. In addition to their self-titled collection, check out the Greenbrier models, which bring the same craftsmanship and visual appeal at a different price point. Finally, our Heat Wave saunas are infrared and available with carbon or ceramic heaters for a relaxing experience in the comfort of your own home.
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Relax in all the comfort and luxury of a day spa on your schedule, from the privacy of your home! Whether you're unwinding with a book at the end of a long day or enjoying the company of your loved ones, these saunas are the premier way to treat yourself for years to come. Better still, manufacturers are now building these rooms to be a pleasant focal point in any room or backyard setting. Warm lighting and music players are a natural complement to the rich, buttery tones of the wood, and these features have become standard in most saunas today. As you browse the selection on this site, you may wonder what the features of steam and infrared saunas are. Here are some highlights that may aid in your shopping or research:
Steam saunas are also sometimes referred to as traditional saunas. This is because they employ the same heating process that was first used by ancient civilizations, namely, water is added to heated rocks to create steam and high temperatures in an enclosed room. As any physician will tell you, the respiratory benefits of a hot, dry, steamed room are numerous, and saunas are recommended for those with asthma and other bronchial conditions. The heat of traditional saunas causes bathers to sweat, which many say improves the complexion and rids the body of excess water. The smell and warmth of the wood in your sauna has relaxation effects unlike any other.
Infrared saunas are a relatively new approach, and aficionados will tell you that they are not technically saunas, but "infrared therapy rooms." The reason for the distinction is that infrared saunas do not heat to the same high temperatures of their traditional counterparts, and no steam is generated by their use. Instead, infrared waves are generated by carbon or ceramic heaters built into the walls and benches of the room, delivering relaxing effects to muscles and joints, while warming to 120 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (a traditional sauna can reach anywhere from 180 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit). The benefit of infrared saunas is that they run purely on electricity, so no heating elements, buckets or ladels are needed to complete your experience.