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I have a large house (e.g. 4,000 sq ft). Will the Powerline network work throughout my house?

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While the homeplug 1.0 standard was optimized for homes of around 2000 square feet, our Powerline devices have been tested with excellent results in homes of up to 7,000 square feet.

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Convert 264 sq ft to linear feet

Hi Mona:
I'd like to be able to help so will need to clarify the intent of your question. Bear with me while I explain.
- 264 sq ft is a measurement of area.
- Example: a room 11 ft wide by 24 feet long would have a floor area 11 X 24 = 264 sq.ft
- 264 linear ft is a distance measurement, and indicates the distance between 2 points.
- Example: A house that is 66 feet square has a perimeter of 264 linear ft. (4 x 66 = 264)

If you can take this information and apply it to your question, I should be able to give a clearer answer.
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My Goodman CK361D unit blows cold air from the vents and it is cold when you stand there. But it doesnt seem to push it throughout the house. we can run it for hours and it will still be over 70 degrees in...

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