# How many BTUs do I need for 1000 square feet?

## How many BTUs do I need for 1000 square feet?

Area = 40,000 BTU / 40 BTU per sq ft = 1,000 sq ft In a standard climate, 40,000 BTU is enough to heat a 1,000 sq ft area. Obviously, if you live in colder climate, a 40,000 BTU heater will heat an area below 1,000 sq ft.

## What size AC do I need for a 1000 sq ft house?

Step 5: Match your square footage to an HVAC size chart

Home Sq Footage | Air Conditioner Size (tons) |
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600 – 1,000 square feet | 1.5 tons |

1,000 – 1,500 square feet | 2 tons |

1,500 – 2,000 square feet | 3 tons |

2,000 – 2,500 square feet | 4 tons |

**Which AC is best for 1000 square feet?**

How to Choose the Right Air Conditioner

Area To Be Cooled | AC Size/BTUs Needed |
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450-550 Square Feet | 12,000 BTUs |

550-700 Square Feet | 14,000 BTUs |

700-1000 Square Feet | 18,000 BTUs |

1,000-1,400 Square Feet | 24,000 BTUs |

### What size window AC do I need for 1000 sq ft?

Window Air Conditioning Chart

100 Sq. Ft. | 5,000 BTU |
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400 Sq. Ft. | 10,500 BTU |

500 Sq. Ft. | 11,500 BTU |

800 Sq. Ft. | 17,000 BTU |

1,000 Sq. Ft. | 21,000 BTU |

### How many BTU is 1100 square feet?

How Many Square Feet Will 4,000 – 80,000 BTU Heat?

Heating Capacity | Square Footage(Hot Climate) | Square Footage(Cold Climate) |
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20,000 BTU | 600 sq ft | 360 sq ft |

30,000 BTU | 1,000 sq ft | 500 sq ft |

40,000 BTU | 1,320 sq ft | 700 sq ft |

60,000 BTU | 2,000 sq ft | 1,100 sq ft |

**How many BTU is 900 square feet?**

A 100- to 200 square-foot room, such as a small home office, will have an average recommendation of 4,000 to 8,000 BTUs. For a space of 800 to 900 square feet, such as a small home or two-bedroom townhouse, the recommendation is between 30,000 and 45,000 BTUs.

## How much is a new AC unit for a 1000 sq ft?

Air conditioning cost with installation for a 1,000 sq ft house can cost anywhere from $2,000 to more than $10,000. This primarily depends on SEER rating and if you already have HVAC ductwork. You want to get as close to $2,000 as possible.

## How much AC do I need for 1100 square feet?

ZONE 1 | ZONE 5 | |
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1.5 Tons | 600 – 900 sf | 700 – 1100 sf |

2 Tons | 901 – 1200 sf | 1101 – 1400 sf |

2.5 Tons | 1201 – 1500 sf | 1401 – 1650 sf |

3 Tons | 1501 – 1800 sf | 1651 – 2100 sf |

**How much area does a 1.5 ton AC cover?**

Room size and power consumption Here tonnage plays an important role. For instance, a 1-ton window AC or a 1.5 ton split AC is an ideal choice for rooms measuring up to 150-160 sq ft.

### What size room will a 12000 BTU air conditioner cool?

600 sq ft.

Answer: Using the EPA’s 20 BTU per sq ft rule of thumb, the room size of 12,000 BTU air conditioners is 600 sq ft.

### How much is an AC unit for an 1100 square foot house?

Cost of central air for 800 – 3,000 sq ft house

House Size (sq ft) | Central Air Equipment Cost | Central Air Installed Cost |
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900 sq ft | $2,400 – $4,250 | $3,550 – $5,975 |

1,000 sq ft | $2,400 – $5,100 | $3,550 – $7,750 |

1,100 sq ft | $2,400 – $6,000 | $3,550 – $8,600 |

1,200 sq ft | $2,950 – $6,000 | $4,300 – $8,600 |

**How many sq ft will a 2.5 ton AC cool?**

For example, a 30,000 BTU, 2.5-ton air conditioner is made to effectively cool a home between 1,200 and 1,500 square feet. A slightly larger 3,600, 3-ton unit, is designed for homes that are 1,500 to 1,800 square feet.