Rose Pinder wrote:What's the weather going to be like over the next month?
How long are you intending to live in the yurt?
What's your climate like in general?
Carpet seems a straightforward option if it's just for 4 weeks or so.
Rose Pinder wrote:I think it depends on what is important to you and how tough you are. Is the yurt insulated? Will it have a fire?
Rose Pinder wrote:Will you be there much? Does it bother you living on a cold floor in the winter?
Rose Pinder wrote:If you are going to live there for a year, having a decent floor would be a good idea, but I guess you have to trade that off against the number of times you think you might move and the extra work in moving a floor.
I like the idea of living on the earth directly with just carpet, but I don't do well in places with cold floors and wouldn't do it in winter or spring. People I know full-time in a yurt have put in an insulated floor.
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