## What size window AC do I need for 600 square feet?

As a rule of thumb, an air conditioner needs **20 Btu for each square foot of living space**. But other considerations, such as the ceiling height and the size of your windows and doorways, might call for more cooling power. To measure your room, multiply the length by the width. via

## Is 6000 BTU enough for a bedroom?

If you want to properly cool down a **300** square foot area (or room), you need a 6,000 BTU air conditioner. Obviously, the problem arises when you have a tiny 12×12 room, for example. According to the US Department of Energy directive, an air conditioner's most appropriate size would be 2,880 BTU unit. via

## How many BTUs do I need to heat 1000 square feet?

Calculating the number of BTUs needed to heat an area

For example, a 300 square foot room typically requires 7,000 BTUs to maintain a comfortable temperature, while a 1,000 square foot room requires **18,000 BTUs**. via

## Which AC is best for 100 sq ft?

**Best AC for 100 sq ft room**

## Is 8000 BTU enough for a bedroom?

Recommended BTU By Room Size

Once you get into 340 and 400 square feet per room, you'd need an 8,000 or **9,000 BTU** air conditioner, respectively. High ceilings or unusual floor plans also require additional cooling power, which means you should plan for another 10 percent above the standard BTU level. via

## Is 400 sq ft small?

Four-hundred square feet is **about the size of a two-car garage**. It's not a huge apartment, but it'll get the job done. After all, two cars take up a lot of space and you won't actually have two cars parked in your house — the furniture you have will be much smaller! via

## How many BTUs do I need to heat 1500 square feet?

A 1,500-square-foot home will require between **45,000 to 90,000 BTUs**. A 1,800-square-foot home will require between 55,000 to 110,000 BTUs. via

## What size room will a 10000 BTU AC cool?

10,000 BTUs will cover **300 sq.** **ft.** (2,400 cubic feet) via

## How many square feet will a 5000 BTU air conditioner cool?

The size of your space determines how much cooling capacity you need. Budget air conditioners range from 5,000 BTU, which can handle about **150 square feet**, to 12,000 BTU, enough to cover about 550 square feet. Naturally, air conditioners with higher capacities have higher price tags. via

## How do I calculate what size air conditioner I need?

To calculate the size of the air conditioner you need for a room, first, **multiply the length of the room with its width**. Then multiply it with 25 BTU to get the ample cooling for the room under different weather conditions. For example, if the room is 15 feet long and 12 feet wide, it comes to 180 square feet. via