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How big of an area does a farenheat F2544 heat?

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That isn't a simple answer.

Sizing of heaters is done by calculating the heat lost over the coldest month of the year which is dependent on the build specs of your home and how cold it gets where you live. This is normaly done by engineers with expensive software.

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