New Floating Houses

Choosing a new floating house can be an exciting and rewarding experience, but with so many manufacturers and pricing options to choose from, it can also be a daunting task.


VALENCIA Marine Services SLU help you navigate the process and make an informed decision:

  1. Determining your needs: Before you start shopping for a floating house, we determine your needs and priorities. This may include factors such as size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, location, and amenities.
  2. Researching manufacturers: Once you have a clear idea of what you're looking for, we research different manufacturers and their offerings. Look for reputable manufacturers with a history of quality and innovation in floating house design and construction.
  3. Comparing pricing: Pricing for floating houses can vary widely depending on the size, features, and materials used. We compare pricing from different manufacturers and factor in additional costs such as transportation, installation, and ongoing maintenance.
  4. Considering customization: Many manufacturers offer customization options for their floating houses.  Our company considers the potential for customization to create a home that meets your specific needs and preferences.
  5. Visit models: Whenever possible, we visit with you models of the floating houses you're considering. This will give you a better sense of the layout, size, and overall feel of the home.


At our floating house company, we offer a wide range of options for customers looking to purchase a new floating house. From custom designs to pre-built models, we have the expertise and experience to help you find the perfect floating house to meet your needs and budget.


Contact us today to learn more about our offerings and to schedule a visit to our models.

Boat Houses Conversion

Converting a boat into a boat house is a great way to create a unique and flexible living space that offers the best of both worlds, the freedom of a boat and the stability of a house.

Here are some steps we consider when converting your boat into a boat house:

  1. Choosing the right boat: First, choosing a boat that is suitable for conversion into a house. This could be a houseboat, barge, or any other type of vessel that has a stable platform and sufficient interior space.
  2. Planning your layout: Consider your living needs and plan your interior layout accordingly. This may involve creating a floor plan that includes living spaces, bedrooms, bathrooms, and storage areas.
  3. Modifying the structure: Depending on the boat, we may need to make some structural modifications to create additional living space. This could involve adding walls, partitions, or even a second level.

  4. Installing utilities: Installing utilities such as plumbing, electrical wiring, and heating and cooling systems. This will require our professional help, so be sure to hire a qualified electrician and plumber.

  5. Furnishing your boat house: Finally, we will furnish your boat house with comfortable furniture, appliances, and other amenities to make it a functional and comfortable living space.


If you're interested in learning more about our sustainable design practices or are considering building a floating home, feel free to get in touch with us.

Sustainable and eco-friendly living spaces

As a design company that specializes in floating houses and houseboats, we are passionate about creating sustainable and eco-friendly living spaces on the water, thorough 5 sustainable design features that can be incorporated into floating homes to reduce their environmental impact.

  1. Solar Panels:  Installing solar panels on the roof of a floating home can provide a source of clean energy and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
  2. Rainwater Collection: Collecting rainwater from the roof and using it for non-potable water needs, such as irrigation and flushing toilets, can conserve water and reduce reliance on municipal water supplies.
  3. Composting Toilets: Composting toilets use natural processes to break down human waste into nutrient-rich soil, eliminating the need for chemical-based sewage treatment systems and reducing water consumption.
  4. Passive Ventilation: Using natural ventilation strategies, such as cross-ventilation and stack ventilation, can reduce the need for air conditioning and promote healthy indoor air quality.
  5. Green Roofs: Installing a green roof, or a roof covered in vegetation, can provide insulation, absorb stormwater runoff, and create a habitat for wildlife.


By incorporating these sustainable design features into floating homes, we can help create a more resilient and environmentally-friendly future on the water.


If you're interested in learning more about our sustainable design practices or are considering building a floating home, feel free to get in touch with us.