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A 60,**000 btu gas furnace** will effectively heat a space of up to 1,800 square feet. This makes a 60k btu furnace ideal for most homes, smaller offices, small businesses, and storefronts. In a moderate to warm climate, you need between 25 and 30 btu of heat to warm up a square foot.

## How Many Square Feet Will 75000 Btu Heat?

**A 75,000 btu heater can heat a room of between 1,900 and 3,700 square feet** in a cold climate if there is little to no insulation. In more temperate climates the heater fares better, heating an uninsulated room of any size from 2,400 to 4,600 square feet.

**How Many Square Feet Will 30,000 – 120,000 BTU Furnace Heat?**

Furnace Capacity | Square Footage(Hot Climate) | Square Footage(Cold Climate) |
---|---|---|

70,000 BTU | 2,320 sq ft | 1,270 sq ft |

80,000 BTU | 2,650 sq ft | 1,450 sq ft |

90,000 BTU | 3,000 sq ft | 1,630 sq ft |

100,000 BTU | 3,320 sq ft | 1,810 sq ft |

## How Many Square Feet Will 65000 Btu Heat?

**How many btu do I need to heat 3,000 square feet?**

Room/Area Size | Heating Capacity(BTU) |
---|---|

1,000 sq ft | 45,000-55,000 BTU |

1,200 sq ft | 55,000-65,000 BTU |

1,300 sq ft | 59,000-71,000 BTU |

1,400 sq ft | 63,000-77,000 BTU |

## What Size is a 75000 Btu Furnace?

**Furnace BTU sizing chart**

Square footage | Furnace BTU for Zone 1 | Furnace BTU for Zone 2 |
---|---|---|

1250 | 37500 BTU | 56250 BTU |

1500 | 45000 BTU | 67500 BTU |

2000 | 60000 BTU | 90000 BTU |

2500 | 75000 BTU | 112500 BTU |

**How many tons is a 75000 btu furnace?** 75000 btu 80% afue 6.5 ton single-stage upflow and horizontal 1 hp natural or propane furnace.

**22,000 BTU**

Square Footage | BTU Capacity |
---|---|

How many BTUs for 1100 square feet? | 22,000 BTU |

## How Many Square Feet Will 45000 Btu Heat?

**1,000 square feet**

Home Size (Heating): | Standard Climate | Very Hot Climate |
---|---|---|

500 square feet | 22,500 BTU | 15,000 BTU |

1,000 square feet | 45,000 BTU | 30,000 BTU |

1,500 square feet | 67,500 BTU | 45,000 BTU |

2,000 square feet | 90,000 BTU | 60,000 BTU |

How many square feet will 42000 btu heat? Let’s also presume we live in a standard climate (climate zone 3). In this climate zone, you will need about 40 btu to heat 1 sq ft of space. In a standard climate, 40,000 btu is enough to heat a 1,**000 sq ft area**. Obviously, if you live in colder climate, a 40,000 btu heater will heat an area below 1,000 sq ft.

How many square feet will 48000 btu heat? This system has a cooling and heating capacity of 48,000 btus, ideal for 5 rooms up to 2,250 square feet (300 square feet each).

## How Do You Calculate Btu Heating Per Square Foot?

**To determine the number of btus per square foot that you need to heat a room, simply multiply the square footage by 20** btus per square foot. For example, if a room has 1,000 square feet, you would require 20,000 btus to heat it.

## How Many Btus Do It Take to Heat 1500 Square Feet?

Example: to heat 1,500 sq ft home, you will need anywhere between 45,000 btu and 90,000 btu. These kinds of questions are very common when planning your heating needs.