How Long Do Yurts Last?
One of the most common myths surrounding yurts is that they don’t last very long. When properly maintained, these unique structures can provide comfortable and secure spaces for decades to come. The longevity of your yurt depends on a number of factors. First, where will your yurt live? A yurt in the hot California desert […]Read more
How to Deal With Moisture in Your Yurt
Yurts can stay comfortable year-round, but there’s one problem people who live in cold or wet climates could run into: Moisture. Maybe the windows keep fogging up, the roof experiences condensation, or the air inside feels humid. Mold or mildew might even be a concern. This is a common problem for some yurts, but it’s […]Read more
Are Yurts Safe in Storms?
If you live in an area prone to extreme weather conditions, you’re probably wondering how safe you are staying in a yurt during a storm. We know weather is a concern for many yurt owners, and we’ve made sure to engineer a yurt that can withstand extreme weather conditions to comfort your concerns about yurt […]Read more
Yurt Care & Maintenance Tips
Did you know that a yurt home is easy to care for, far easier than caring for a traditional home? There are several reasons why. One is that our team is passionate about creating the highest-quality yurt on the market. We always choose superior fabrics, which are easy to clean, durable, and long-lasting. Of course, […]Read more
Yurt Spring Maintenance Tips
Spring is here and the landscape is coming alive with color. This is the ideal time for yurt owners to do a little maintenance. Keeping your yurt clean and well maintained will not only keep it looking good, but also provide increased longevity. Below are a few tips for keeping your beautiful Pacific Yurt looking […]Read more
Just How Tough Are Pacific Yurts Anyway?
As Pacific Yurts employees arrived for work on Tuesday, July 19th, 2011 they were greeted by a fallen sixty foot oak tree. Some time early that morning the mighty oak had given up trying to hold itself vertical and fell over on its side. Unfortunately it fell directly onto one of the display yurts on […]Read more