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Old 09-28-2012, 04:32 AM   #1
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heater size


im in the process of building a 32x40 garage 10 ft walls. looking at a sterling gg105,000 unit heater , do you think this is too big for my space, garage will be isulated also . i live in southern ky.

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Bigger then you need. A 60,000 BTU would probably be closer to what you need.

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