In warmer climates, you may need only 30 to 35 BTU per hour per square foot to
heat your house ...
2000 square feet. X 40 Btu' s per square foot 80,000 Btus (actual Btu's needed).
Heating Square Footage Range by Climate Zone Red ZONE 1 30 - 35 Btu's per ...
30 - 35 Btu's per square foot, 35 - 40 Btu's per square foot, 40 - 45 Btu's per
square foot ... square footage to arrive at your approximate required heating
The general rule of thumb is that furnaces need to provide 25 to 30 BTU output
per square foot in moderate climates and 40 BTU output per square foot in colder
Aug 28, 2015 ... Heating Square Footage Range by Climate Zone ... 30 – 35 Btu's per square foot,
35 – 40 Btu's per square foot, 40 – 45 Btu's per square foot ...
You can figure that you will need 30-35 BTU's per square feet to adequately heat
a home in a warmer climate, and 50-60 BTU's per square feet to adequately ...
In harsher climates such as the Dakotas, up to 45 BTUs per square foot are ... If
your furnace is too large for your house, it will heat your home very quickly and ...
Jun 7, 2007 ... Length of Room x Width of Room [in feet] = Area ... than two people will regularly
be in the room (e.g., an office), add 600 BTUs per person.
“rule of thumb,” common for Anchorage area homes, is 40 btu's heat loss per
square foot of floor area. Little regard for actual insulation levels, air tightness, ...
That's 50 to 55 BTUs per square foot. 1500 (for square footage) x 50 = 75,000
BTUs to heat your home. If you are looking for a smaller propane heater to heat a