When it comes to what to place under your indoor sauna, there are a variety of solid flooring options available that will work just fine. Here are some options to consider:
Ceramic tile: A popular option due to its durability and resistance to moisture. Plus, it’s easy to clean.
Concrete: Another durable option, but be aware that it can be harder on your feet than other options.
Vinyl: A softer option that’s comfortable underfoot and easy to clean. Just be sure to choose a high-quality vinyl that can withstand high temperatures.
Laminate tile: Offers the durability of tile but with a softer feel underfoot.
While some may consider carpeting as a flooring option for their indoor sauna, we do not recommend it due to the potential for mildew and the difficulty in cleaning. Stick with a solid flooring option for a more hygienic and long-lasting choice.