How can yurts be adapted to almost any climate?

Keeping Desert Yurts Cool in Summer

Yurts in the desert can be found near national parks and other incredible sightseeing. It might be a daunting stay if you’re visiting the desert in peak summer, but don’t let the heat deter you. Pacific Yurts will hold up in this climate, and a variety of air conditioning options can be installed to create a comfortable space. Everything from an operable dome skylight and insulation to air conditioning units can be utilized to cool a desert yurt interior. As an added bonus, yurts in climates that have a lot of sun can benefit from sourcing power from solar panels.

Stay Warm at Mountain Yurts in Winter

We love a stay in a mountain yurt. You can find them located near ski resorts and backcountry trails throughout the mountains. They are more affordable options compared to resorts and boast a homey feel. Yurts located in cold environments have several options to keep them warm. Gas or wood stoves can be installed and are effective in comfortably heating the space. Adding our reflective insulation to the roof and walls will help to retain heat and add to the overall comfort.

Visit Any Coast Anytime of Year

Depending on where a coastal yurt is located, it might require different features to keep the interior comfortable. You might want air conditioning if the yurt is located on a warm coastline. On the other hand, you might need door and window awnings if you’re staying along the rainy Northwest coast. No matter where along the coastline you plan to stay, a yurt can be set up to be a comfortable stay. 


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