Base package price (not including platform): (18 oz., uv-resistant wall and roof fabric, available in a variety of colours. see order page.Constructed with steel wall studs, 1.5" rigid insulation, laminated 2 by 4 roof rafters, steel rafter ring) $5,495
3 dual-pane vertical slider windows (can be arranged in any configuration: Included
Additional 18"w windows: $145
30" windows: $240
32" standard steel door: Included
Optional Wooden Custom 32" door: no charge
Interior hardboard wall finish: $420
Interior curtain wall fabric (14 oz. fire-resistant): $455
24" dome skylight: $190
Full rough-in plumbing (water pump, 300 litre water tank, tankless water heater, shower hook-up & shower head, low-water RV toilet, sink taps (sink & base not included), medium sewage trolley: $1,975
Wall panels constructed with 1.5 inch rigid foil-backed insulation for strength and warmth.
Foil-backed roof insulation enhances natural and artificial lighting, reducing power consumption
Steel Stud wall framing for added strength and lighter weight. Ensures frame integrity is maintained
Exterior fabric is uv-resistant, 18 oz. fabric, providing enhanced wind and moisture barrier
Dual pane slider windows allow great ventilation, provide excellent heat and cool protection
Lack of wood in interior means less risk of mildew due to thermal bridging and heat transfer
Flexible window location means reduced need for dome vent, lower cost
Yurt design reduces impact of wind significantly, meaning warmer interior in cooler seasons
Low maintenance due to long-life fabric and insulated panels
Option of standard 32" steel door or custom-made wooden door
Standard 85" wall height
Spacious. Photos of interior of custom-built 28-foot diameter yurt show how open space means flexible furniture arrangement, lower heat/cool costs
Easy to install plumbing. Sample 28-foot yurt has Polywest water tank, Five Oceans 12v water pump, holding tank & low-water toilet, with full shower and sink. Hot water is supplied by a propane tankless water heater (see link on home page).
Easy to Wire. Using Princess Auto 12v wiring supplies, as well as a small inverter (for fans, etc), this unit was wired with 3 lights, sound system, two area fans. We used combination of solar and wind power with ten deep-cycle batteries.
Easy to heat. Because of the open, circular design with few impediments to air movement, we were able to heat the unit with a propane radiant heater mounted on a 20 pound tank. In minus 25C temperatures, the tank lasted six days. Our alternative heat was an outdoor wood furnace.