A big part of staying healthy in both mind and body is finding the time to relax and leave your stress behind. There are several different ways to do so, but it can be argued that spending some time in a sauna is very high on that list. In most cases, people need to go to a spa to gain access to a sauna, but it is possible to put together a DIY sauna in your own home without too much difficulty. There are even sauna kits available to get you started, but let’s look at a DIY sauna built from scratch.
You will need to start with a space that is framed but stripped down to the bare bones, which means that no drywall has been hung. The wiring is the first thing that needs to be taken care of, which is usually something that should be left in the hands of a professional electrician. If you are going the gas route for your DIY sauna, the same rules apply, as a pro should be used to ensure that everything is safely connected before moving to the next step.