Each Colorado Yurt will need a base upon which it sits, and you get to decide how and what that base will be. Something simple? Something with the added benefit of engineering? Something that blurs the boundary between indoors and outdoors?
Your deck can be a permanent platform, a concrete slab (hello radiant heating!) or a deck consisting of structural insulated panels (SIPs).
See your yurt dream take shape from the ground up with suggested deck ideas.
If you decide to add electricity or plumbing to your yurt, we suggest starting with a floor plan before building your deck, noting where the electrical and plumbing will need to come through the floor.
Most Colorado Yurt customers set-up, or pitch, their own yurt with the help of a group of friends, or by hiring a contractor (perhaps the same one who builds your deck). To help you prepare, you’ll want to review our step-by-step pitching instructions, including a list of helpful tips.
You can also hire our crew to set up your yurt. Call our skilled sales guides to explore this option.
With creative design, a yurt can feel like more than one room with all of the benefits of privacy, separation, coziness, loftiness and functionality of a multi-roomed structure.
Finish off your new yurt with your own personal touches – furnishings, electrical and plumbing choices, flooring, furniture and decor – all the interior designs you need to complete your vision. Want to see how others have decorated and designed their yurts? Visit our inspiration gallery.
Dream realized – you’ve found your Secret Creek, now enjoy!