By Morgan from Odessa, WA on June 9, 2016
I need a heat source for a small house that is around 800 square feet in size. Would this unit be sufficient to heat this size home? It is located in eastern Washington state and can get below zero in the winter. The house is fairly open for the heat to circulate and vents could be installed to help out. Could I get by with a smaller unit or would this be the best bet?
By Chris C. on June 9, 2016
Answer:I do believe that this model would be a good fit for the space you are looking to heat, as even once the 80% efficiency calculated in, the expected BTU output is just over the recommended output for the size of the space to heat. Any other model would not carry a higher efficiency rating nor a higher BTU output, as such, this model would be an excellent choice.
By Roy from St. Johnsbury, VT on September 15, 2014
I have a large meeting room that is 20 feet wide and 60 feet long with a sloped ceiling from 4 feet to 9 feet at the peak. Its a fairly narrow room of about 1200 square feet. I'd like to heat it from only one end. What unit should I use? LP Gas is my only source option for fuel.
By eFireplaceStore on September 16, 2014
The room can indeed be heated from one end, but a fairly high capacity heater with a circulating blower will be needed to do so. The larger version of the heater you are viewing now is the Empire DV55E High-Efficiency Direct Vent Wall Furnace - Propane
. This unit can comfortably heat the space you have and includes a strong enough convection blower to push air towards the end of the room.