Chalets are often equipped with radiators. If you are used to underfloor heating from home, this is no improvement. Moreover, they take up a lot of valuable space and are rarely pretty to look at. With Yacht Floor Heating, you achieve the comfort you know from home. And it is even possible to activate the system before you enter, so that you always receive a warm welcome in your own chalet.

Because of our YFH stainless steel flex hoses, the Yacht Floor Heating floor heating system can even be used in composite and divisible chalets.

Decorative radiators

Would you like a towel radiator in the bathroom or other damp room? Then we will supply a connection with two ball valves and a stainless steel flex hose. At a later stage, a towel radiator can be connected to this and thus integrated in the Yacht Floor Heating system. You can easily regulate the temperature with the existing thermostat.


Instead of a towel radiator, it is also possible to heat a wall. Not everyone finds a radiator beautiful, but it can also be that the space is too small to get the necessary thermal power from the floor.

After milling the wall, we replace it and fit the heating hose. We finish the wall with the two-component YFH Thix. Then the wall is ready to be covered with tiles, vinyl or formica for example.

Gardens, terraces and garden paths

No more snow removal and no more slippery ice rinks in the garden. With the Yacht Floor Heating system it is possible to keep your garden paths and terrace always around 5°C as soon as the outside temperature drops below that. We mount it on a waterproof insulation system and fill it with a liquid that is resistant to -41°C. An outside sensor opens the YFH thermomotor on the pump unit as soon as the temperature drops too low.

In the case of larger systems, where several groups are required, the system is completely separated. We then install a heat exchanger. You can regulate the heat per surface. Automatically with an outside temperature sensor or via your mobile phone from anywhere in the world.

A landscaper or road paver can cover the garden path as he would normally do with, for example, concrete, pavement, gravel, wood or chips.


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