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Model ADL36 1 btu,s heating for sq. ft
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What is the activity in this room is it and interior room how many exterior walls and what is the winter climate like where you are located.
Posted on May 30, 2008
Consider a variable output system like a Carrier 58MXA or an American Standard AUX unit. This way the unit will ramp up or down based upon the heat required. These units have two or three Btu outputs so they will modulate to find the right range. Yes they will cost more than the Goodman units but will save you gas dollars for many years to come. Goodman is a good Builders unit but look to fuel economy as prices of fuel increases. Right now your furnace is is using 60 Btu's per square foot. Are you located in Alaska? Here in Vermont if we figure 30 Btu's per square foot, that is one very drafty home. Ask to see their Manual J heat loss. If they say "What" time to move on to another heating contractor.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Where are you located? I am available now for live chat and would be glad to answer your questions. But we need to clarify. Rusty
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
Do you have a remote that turns the unit on and off
and has different heat settings? Could be the batteries are bad in remote
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
The basic method that i've used for years is using square feet of floor space. There are all sorts of multipliers in different calculations dependent on number of windows, type of insulation, numberof doors to exterior, area of the country you live in and number of people in your house.
We live in north central Kansas and it gets plenty cold and hot here. I figure 1 ton of cooling for each 500square feet of space and 40,000 B.T.U. s for heating. This is just a quick way to figure and around here it works pretty well.
I always thought it was better to err on the side of a little more is better then a liitle less.
Hope this helps you some. Thanks
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
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