# How many watt heater do I need for a one car garage?

## How many watt heater do I need for a one car garage?

The label on an electric heater will tell you what wattage it is, giving you an idea of how much space it can heat. As a general rule, you want 10 watts per square foot of garage space. A single watt of energy is the power required to produce 1 joule of energy per second.

## How many BTUs do I need for a one car garage?

1-Car, 2-Car, 3-Car, 4-Car Garage BTU Requirements (Rough Estimates)

Size Of Garage: | Warm Climate (30 BTU per sq ft): |
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1-Car Garage (250 sq ft): | 7,500 BTU |

2-Car Garage (500 sq ft): | 15,000 BTU |

3-Car Garage (750 sq ft): | 22,500 BTU |

4-Car Garage (1,000 sq ft): | 30,000 BTU |

**What size heater do I need for my garage?**

You can calculate the ideal garage heater for your garage using the formula of size (in cubic feet) times 0.133 times the desired temperature rise. These factors vary, but we generally recommend an 8,000 – 12,000 BTU garage heater for a one car garage.

**Can a 1500 watt heater heat a garage?**

A watt is a unit of power equal to one joule of energy per second. Therefore, a 1500 watt space heater (120 volts) can heat an area of 150 square feet, and a garage heater rated at 5,000 watts should be able to comfortably heat an area over 400 square feet.

### How many BTUs do I need for a 900 square foot garage?

Two-car garages (450-700 sq ft) require a 3600-7000 W unit (electric heaters) or 12,000-24,000 BTUs/hr (for the propane ones) Three-car or bigger garages (700-900 sq ft) need a 7000-9000 W unit (or 24,000-31,000 BTUs/hr).

### How much space will a 1500 watt heater heat?

150 square feet

As a rule of thumb, you’ll need roughly 10 watts of heating power for every square foot of floor area in the room. This means that a 1,500-watt heater can be the primary heat source for an area measuring up to 150 square feet.

**What is the best heat for a garage?**

A sealed-combustion natural gas or propane heater is one of the safest choices for a garage and has the power to heat a two-story area. Because it draws air from the outside and vents it back outside, emissions and dust are not an issue. Radiant heating panels are also a safe and affordable option.

**What are the best ways to heat a garage?**

3 Simple & Cheap Ways To Heat A Garage Insulate The Garage – The Cheapest Way To Heat Up Your Garage The cheapest and long term method to keep the garage warm in winter is the insulation. Install Heaters to Heat Up the Garage The next most appropriate way to heat up the garage is to use heaters. They are economical and very easy to use. Split System

#### What is the best natural gas garage heater?

Modine is one of the most famous gas heater manufacturers in the world. They are producing the best garage heater which is run by the natural gas. HD45AS0111 is one of their best natural gas heater and the best way to heat a detached garage.

#### How do you calculate BTU requirement?

The BTU requirement will be for the whole room, so you need to calculate the total amount of space the room covers. To do that you need to measure the length, width and height of the room so you can then calculate the cubic footage of each room by multiplying the length, width and height of the room.