To figure the amount of BTUs needed to heat a room you first need to find the cubic footage of the room by using the length times the width times the height of the room. Then multiply
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To convert Cubic Feet to Btu's, multiply by 1,000. 1 CF = 1,000 Btu's.
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1. Calculate the total square footage of your garage by measuring the length and width with a tape measure and multiplying the figures. As an example, a 15 x 20 foot garage would
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BTU, or British Thermal Unit, is the amount of energy that is needed to raise the temperature of a pound of water by one degree. BTU is a standard form of measurement used to state
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