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I have a residential gas service from PG&E. What is my maximum heater size? PG&E said the maximum output is 250,000 btus. I have a 90,000 range and a 50,000 btu hot water heater. Does that mean my maximum heater is 110,000 btu?

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I take it we are talking gas meters here , if so meters only pass so much gas, to there size so 250,000 is the max it will pass for that size meter if you need more you can have a bigger meter fitted , but this would cost you i would think ,so yes 110,000 is what you have left in btus on that size meter

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