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Old 01-04-2014, 03:35 PM   #1
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Default roof leak in london yurt

hi all
i live in a mongolian yurt on a rooftop in east london
it was built by my flatmate's friend, whom used to live in the yurt and have built it, be he now lives in hong kong.
i need help fixing the roof leak, or to better put, re-cover the whole yurt would be a great idea.
do any of you know of anyone in london/uk who can help?
thank you

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Old 01-05-2014, 11:53 AM   #2
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Default Re: roof leak in london yurt

I live in the U.S. Sorry, I can't help you with U.K. suppliers.

In the interim you might consider ordering a heavy duty 17-18 oz

moisture

treated canvas tarp for the roof only, from an online tarp supplier like 'mytarps'. Order it a minimum of three feet larger than the rafter length times two, plus the diameter over the roof ring and

dome

width. No less since canvas shrinks.

To install, drape it over the roof, and make a single fold to snug it to the rafters, and cinch it tight to the walls with the upper rope band. That's what I did. I assure you it is a fast cheap cover that works great. Good luck.
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Old 01-05-2014, 12:11 PM   #3
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Default Re: roof leak in london yurt

Hey I am

SunTime Yurts

located in the US we import traditional Mongolian Yurts. Our supplier in Mongolia also works with a Uk company "The Authentic Mongol Yurt Company". Here is there address.

The Authentic Mongolian Yurt Company

Peter is the owner and can probably help you out. You might want to try waxing the leaky part of the canvas. Or Linseed oiling it, but the weather is cold now and it wouldn't dry.

-Colin
www.suntimeyurts.com
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