Solargon Structure’s Yurt – Update

I promised an update on the Solargon Structure’s Yurts and Doug Kirk has been kind enough to give me some figures to share with you. I have also added some photos of the larger yurt they produce. The 30 foot yurt, so look it over and enjoy. See the previous post on the Solargon Structure’s Yurt here.

30 foot Exterior

MSRP for the 20′ model is $ 22,500

Included:

All walls R28 and roof panels R42, micro-lam headers, wall to wall connecters, aircraft grade octagon operable skylight, compression ring w/header, screws for assembly and owner’s assembly manual. Walls cam-lock together in seconds and the typical erection time is 4 to 5 hours.

MSRP for the 30′ model is $ 39,900

Included:

All walls R42 and roof panels R42, micro-lam headers, wall to wall connectors, glue-lam super structure and rafters, operable skylight,compression frame w/header and assembly manual. Wall and roof panels cam-lock together and the typical erection time is 2 days.

Some will say that they sound expensive but you save time and money on assembly, very little waste or theft, and no expensive contractor needed. When your home is up you have the walls, roof, insulation, and rough electrical with boxes ready to go for about $55.00 per sq. ft. You then choose the interior and exterior finishing of your choice. An average home will cost about $125 to $150 per sq. ft. to finish so Solargons are very competitive.

Additional value is in the energy savings for the life of the building. You can upgrade your lifestyle with energy savings and lower your carbon footprint and live in a open and light living space.

Your kit can be shipped anywhere and can be put together by customers. We do supply tech support or can assist with your project.

Visit www.solargonsales.com for more pictures. You can also view a virtual interior of a 30′ model to get an idea what the interior would look like. See interior of 30′ Solargon.

30' Solargon Floorplan

30' Solargon Floorplan

20' Solargon Yurt

20' Solargon Yurt

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Red Headed Frog - January 23, 2009 Reply

I just fell in love with this house. 😀

Eco Homes: The Solargon « Red Headed Frog - January 28, 2009 Reply

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steven_m_s - March 10, 2009 Reply

this is really a neat design. thanks…

Joanie - April 6, 2009 Reply

I live in Homer, Alaska with fairly mild weather. I’m fuzzy on the foundation requirements and how I might heat it (it can get down to zero here). Are there problems with zoning? Any info someone has is very much appreciated. Thanks, j

Anita Williams - August 13, 2009 Reply

What a wonderful structure! The price is right. Would love to see gutters for rainwater collection. Maybe that’s an option I missed on their site. I am constantly amazed at the variety of small structures you unearth for the benefit of the rest of us! Thanks.

Kent Griswold - August 13, 2009 Reply

If it is not an option I’m sure a contractor could make it work easy enough. I agree though that should be an option.

Bruce - May 31, 2014 Reply

Please email me how to contact you and discuss prices an purchase information

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