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What is the maximum power kva normally required in a house?

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2020-04-15 07:54:49
2020-04-15 07:54:49

what kva do we need for a 4 bedroom house with gas heating

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2004-11-24 05:25:15
2004-11-24 05:25:15

There is really no way to give you a straight answer on this one. For instance, I live in a doublewide with an electric furnace. The burners on it draw 53K watts, so in the winter when other people with gas furnaces electric bills go down, ours goes up. It cost's us twice as much to run the heater as it does to run the A/C. Go figure. So the power requirements will vary greatly depending on the size of the house, how many different things (appliances and such) are sucking from the meter. And of course the weather will be another factor.

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