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Is there a calculator available to determine what BTU out put is required to heat a home. We have a 3,400 SF house with the main floor being about 1,600 SF. Vaulted ceilings would allow the heat to rise to the second floor master bedroom. So I am trying
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 28 October 2013 12:55 PM

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I would recommend 35,000 BTU per 1,000 square feet. Being that you have vaulted ceilings, a ceiling fan is the best way to help circulate heat from the high ceilings.

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Is there a calculator available to determine what BTU out put is required to heat a home. We have a 3,400 SF house with the main floor being about 1,600 SF. Vaulted ceilings would allow the heat to rise to the second floor master bedroom. So I am trying to determine what degree of BTU out put would work.

From Page: Loft Vent-Free Zero-Clearance Gas Fireplace with Millivolt Controls - 20,000 BTU

Manufacturer's Product Number: VFL-20IN-32N

Our SKU: CUI-VFL20IN32

Page ID: cui-vfl20in32

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