How many BTUs per square feet do you need for your furnace?

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The amount of BTUs per square feet needed depends on where you live. It ranges between 35 and 60 BTUs, but you can use a sizing chart to tell you how many you will need. You can find out more information here: www.acdirect.com
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You will first need to figure out the square feet of the home you are needing to heat. Then you can pick the kind of furnace you need for your home.
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