You want to buy a yurt. You love the look, the feel, the space, the image. You have a spot picked out and you’re savvy enough to build your platform – or you’ve hired a contractor. But, you wonder… Who is going to set this thing up? Is it a daunting task? Can you actually do it yourself?

Most of our customers pitch the yurt themselves with a small group of friends. Depending upon the size of the yurt and the skill of the crew, it takes 3-6 people. We send you a list of tools you’ll need. With larger yurts, you will want scaffolding. You should schedule enough time to put it together without rushing- usually a day or two depending on the yurt size and options.

The first step is to have your deck in place. The yurt needs to be on a solid deck that is a circle the same size as the yurt (a “simple” deck) or on a larger deck with a circular raised area that is the size of the yurt. We have plans available on our website. For the most comfortable yurt, you should add insulation to the deck under the yurt. Utilities—water, drains and electricity—come up through the deck too.

Next, watch for that truck. We ship most yurts by freight carrier. It’s going to be a sizeable load, so it helps to have a forklift or tractor with a fork. If you don’t have access to that, you can hand unload by unpacking the crates.

We have clear instructions that work for most people (It helps to read them ahead of time). We also have several videos and slide shows where you can see the process. And, we are available by phone on weekdays- just in case you need to check something with us.

But, what if you don’t want to tackle it yourself?

No problem. You can either hire a contractor or hire our crew. If you live far away from us- you might decide to hire a local contractor. Perhaps the same person can build the deck and the yurt.

If you want our help, we are the experts! Our crew is highly skilled, professional and you will be assured that the yurt is pitched right.

You can sit back in your lawn chair with a cool beverage and watch our skilled crew set up your yurt. They’ll do a great job, usually finish quickly- and you’ll have the yurt ready to use.

Call us for a quote and to check our schedule for pitching.