First house I have inspected that had a sauna.
The home has one masonry chimney with a terra cotta flue.
Venting up the flue is a 50 gal water tank, 2 newer 2006 mid efficiency furnaces and the vent for the sauna.
The picture shows 3 of the vents. The other one is on the seperate picture. I questioned the clearance from combustables but if I remember from a past post that the clearance is not an issue were the vent enters the wallboard.
The exterior chimney brick & mortar were in good condition.
Q1. What are the venting requirments for a sauna?
Q2. Isnt it required that a liner & metal cap be installed on a 2006 furnace?
The realtor had a cold & I told her to go in the sauna & sweat iti out:mrgreen:
Besides testing the rocks for steam and to varify the sauna heated up what else would you inspect?
Buy the way this house had more shut off valves that I can remeber. I think I counted about 45. Some are not shone as they are in the sub floor area. If you look closely at the shut offs you can see where there is a leak into an electrical junction box.:shock: