How Much Heat Does a Candle Give off?

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A candle does not give off very much heat. You would have to have a lot of candles burning to give some heat. The candles will make a good source of light in the dark.
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This one has 60,000 BTUs, but it is natural gas. Love the actual fire pit look. You can also try the patio heaters for heat if that's what you're more into. Read this for more ideas
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