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“Climate”

“Climate”

Do any of your shelters lend themselves to a full-time living
situation?
 I have been considering buying a yurt. I also live in Canada
– cold in the winter.

Thank you,
Ron

Yes, but do read our warnings that are in our online manual.

Your yurt dome could be destroyed in extreme weather and your life or safety could be at risk. In heavy snow or wind your yurt could collapse, damaging what you have or compromising your shelter. Do not rely on your yurt dome as your only shelter. Accumulated snow, must be melted or shaken off periodically. Do not set your yurt dome under a tree or branch that might fall on you. Keep all flames and heat away from your yurt dome’s covering and objects in your yurt dome.

i would like to know more about permanent structures. I would love to get one of these and just live in the woods. if you have any info on permant stuff please email me

What do you mean by permanent.?We make light weight shelters that last from 2 to 10 years depending on the setting.

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