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Steel-Framed WeatherPort Yurts

I love a yurt, and these steel-framed yurts from WeatherPort are a cool modern twist on the traditional structure. Their unique design is wind-and-snow resistant and sets up more quickly than most wooden yurts on the market today.

These yurts come with a number of color options and range in size from 12 to 30 feet in diameter. They make great ADUs and the bigger ones would easily house a small family in “tiny” style. Check them out below!

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They offer a number of color choices that blend in or stand out.

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You can have a comfortable loft bedroom.

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There’s a steel ladder that folds down.

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It would make a great guest house.

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  • Diameter Peak Eave
    12′ 10.8′ 8′
    18′ 12.9′ 9′
    20′ 13.5′ 9′
    24′ 14′ 9′
    30′ 15.1′ 9′
  • Engineered to meet the specific wind and snow loads of your location
  • 36″ acrylic dome skylight with actuator
  • Powder-coated steel frame
  • 36″ w x 80″ h personal door with window and covered awning
  • 24″ w x 48” h sliding glass windows with screens
  • Cover & liner set, kedered
  • Enerlayer™ insulation, kedered (optional)
  • Loft with ¾” finished wood decking and hinged ladder system (optional)
  • Flooring systems and decking (optional)

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • merryl
    February 24, 2023, 10:19 am

    Glamping at its finest.

  • Michael
    February 25, 2023, 6:52 am

    Yeah, the offer of the company to design it for every weather and wind load is great and a steel frame seems to me more durable, too. Essential is the correct load calculation. I have seen light steel frames bending during FL typhoons.
    The modern and fresh look is another plus. Well done.

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