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The Greenbrier Sauna from Almost Heaven brings all the luxury and comfort of the Almost Heaven Barrel Sauna at a more accessible price point. The rustic look of the Greenbrier is a highly desired feature, created by small, naturally occurring knots in the wood. The Greenbrier sauna lends a distinct feel to any home or garden, and its barrel or 'cooperage' design is both beautiful and functional, encouraging even and continuous heat circulation while optimizing interior space.

The barrel sauna pays tribute to the early days of modern spas, when wine barrels were cut in half to create an impromptu place to socialize and relax. The same experience can be yours with this traditional sauna. The Greenbrier sauna has hand-crafted ball and socket staves carved from solid Canadian Western Red Cedar. This construction allows the staves to nest securely within one another for a weatherproof fits that minimizes the need for hardware. Two stainless steel bands wrap around the outside of the sauna, securing the staves and offering enhanced structural support, allowing the room to comfortably expand and contract with the normal temperature fluctuations.

This sauna can be placed indoors and outdoors. Its entrance features a full glass door with self-closing hinges to retain the heat of the room. The glass door is tinted in order to contribute to the quiet, relaxing environment, and tempered so as to remain unfazed by the temperature changes. An electric, Finnish style heater completes the experience with heated rocks, and the accompanying bucket and ladle lets you pour water over the hot stones, boosting temperature and humidity for maximum health and relaxation benefits. An interior light glows for perfect ambiance, and each sauna also includes a cedar heater guard, robe hook, and thermometer. The sauna rests on two weather resistant polymer support cradles to preserve the wood and provide a solid foundation for the structure. Illustrated installation instructions are mailed with your sauna, and a demonstration video is available on our website for your convenience. For over thirty years, Almost Heaven Saunas has been dedicated to building distinct Finnish saunas that are both authentic and true works of art. Based in the Greenbrier Valley of West Virginia, Almost Heaven Saunas takes pride in the quality of materials as well as the craftsmanship that go into each sauna. Only solid wood from sustainable resources is used to build the floors, walls, and ceilings of these rooms. The best quality Finnish style heaters are included, and stainless steel components won't rust or harm the sauna. Almost Heaven's staff of experienced artisans continues to ensure that only the best products reach your door, and they are completely committed to creating saunas that are a lifetime investment in your health and serenity.
    Features:
  • Available in 6x6 Barrel model
  • 220v, 30 amp electrical requirement
  • Made with solid, 1-3/8" thick Canadian Western Red Cedar
  • Pre-assembled wall sections fit into dado-cut ball and socket stave profiles
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Price: $3,919.99
Regular Price: $4,499.00

SaunaSupplyWorld

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.

SaunaSupplyWorld is dedicated to providing outstanding customer service before, during, and after your purchase. The saunas on our site are in stock and we pride ourselves on quick shipping times, the lowest possible prices, and responsive support. Whether you're just beginning to build your dream, researching available options, or ready to buy, we want to be your resource for as long as you need us.



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.

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