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Solid steel construction

Thick 24 gauge galvanized steel panels are CNC folded into complex pie shaped roof panels to make our Metal Yurt Roofs. The steel is high strength and coated to G-115 specification - nearly 60% thicker coating than most other metal roofs out there. This gives the roof a longer lifespan and lower maintenance.

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Easy Bolt Together Installation

Every panel on the roof package comes with pre-punched bolt holes for each fastener. Fastener choice is simplified with only a few different sizes to keep things simple and foolproof. The only tools required are a drill, 1/2" socket or wrench and a 1/4" punch or rod to help line up the bolt holes. Construction is as easy as putting bolts into holes and tightening up the nuts. The average roof can be installed in 1-3 days, depending on your skill and size of the roof.

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A Range of Sizes

Metal Yurt Roofs are available in many different sizes to fit every yurt and round house. We offer sizes in 3' diameter increments, starting at 12'. So the sizes are 12', 15', 18', 21', 24', 27', 30', 33', 36', and 39'. Actual size of the roof is 3"-5" larger than the stated size, so, if necessary, a 30' roof will fit on a 30' yurt with a few extra inches, but we recommend that you go up one size if your yurt size matches the roof size exactly. Example - a 24' yurt could use a 24' roof, but a 27' roof will fit better and give a nicer roof overhang.
Larger and smaller roofs are available on request. Options for those building a round house (not a yurt roof replacement) include higher snow load ratings, roof hatches, covered vents, and ladder rungs.

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Fits Every Yurt with a 30 Degree Roof Pitch

You may be wondering if this roof will fit your yurt. Well, if your yurt has a 30 degree roof pitch, then it will fit. Most major yurts are made with this roof angle and you can easily measure your yurt using a free smartphone app. Any protractor, angle finder, or level app should be able to measure the angle of your rafters, just make sure to take several measurements and average them out.