I have a spare room that I would like to transform into a sauna. This room is attached to the main house, however, it is simply framed and enclosed. It has its own entry door outside, so I suppose it would actually be considered an out building. There is no insulation and the flooring is still plywood. I plan to use all redwood or cedar, but I am unsure how to prep the room regarding the moisture issue, including flooring. I have the box with the heating element and the room is wired electrically, I just need information on prepping and can't seem to find it anywhere. Any information would be great. Thanks.
I looked around a little and found this, it is a book on the subject.
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