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120,000 BTU Gas Furnace

Goodman 120,000 BTU 96% Efficiency Upflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GMES961205DN
Goodman 120,000 BTU 96% Efficiency Upflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GMES961205DN

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Goodman 120,000 BTU 96% Efficiency Downflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GCES961205DN
Goodman 120,000 BTU 96% Efficiency Downflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GCES961205DN

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Goodman 120,000 BTU 92% Efficiency Upflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GMES921205DN
Goodman 120,000 BTU 92% Efficiency Upflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GMES921205DN

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Goodman 120,000 BTU 80% Efficiency Upflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GMEC801205DN
Goodman 120,000 BTU 80% Efficiency Upflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GMEC801205DN

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Goodman 120,000 BTU 80% Efficiency Upflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GMES801205DN
Goodman 120,000 BTU 80% Efficiency Upflow, Horizontal Gas Furnace Model GMES801205DN

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Goodman 120000 BTU 96% Efficiency Gas Furnace Model GCVC961205DN
Goodman 120000 BTU 96% Efficiency Gas Furnace Model GCVC961205DN

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Goodman 120000 BTU 96% Efficiency Gas Furnace Model GMEC961205DN
Goodman 120000 BTU 96% Efficiency Gas Furnace Model GMEC961205DN

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Goodman 120000 BTU 96% Efficiency Gas Furnace Model GMVC961205DN
Goodman 120000 BTU 96% Efficiency Gas Furnace Model GMVC961205DN

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Goodman 120000 BTU 97% Efficiency Gas Furnace Model GMVM971205DN
Goodman 120000 BTU 97% Efficiency Gas Furnace Model GMVM971205DN

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120,000 BTU Gas Furnace Units

The process of choosing a furnace unit for your HVAC installation can sometimes be complicated. When you are looking to install a furnace, you need to take multiple factors into account. By knowing what factors to consider, it becomes an easier task to determine whether a 120,000 BTU gas furnace unit will be the right option. 

Your first decision is related to the type of furnace you wish to install. You can generally choose between electric and gas options. The gas option provides a more cost-effective solution over a long period of time. You will, however, need to ensure an appropriate gas canister is installed and frequently refilled. 

Next, it is time to do some measuring. Measure both the length and width of the building you wish to use the furnace in. You should do the measurement on the interior of the building. You will need to measure more than just the main room. Consider additional rooms that will also require access to the heating function of the furnace. 

There’s not an exact guide that can tell you how big of an area a 120,000 BTU gas furnace unit will cover. There are simply too many factors that go into this type of equation. Depending on where you live, the area where the unit is used, insulation, and a number of other factors, the minimum area that can be covered is a 2,400 square foot area. There are, however, cases where you could heat up an area measuring 4,500 square feet, however. 

When you have the square footage measurement of your building’s inside, then consider these factors:

  • The climate of your area plays a major role. It can make a difference between using 35 BTU per square feet and 60 BTU per square feet. A warm climate needs a lower amount of BTU per square feet to heat up the interior. 

  • The insulation of your building makes a difference too. Better insulation means less air will escape through the roof and other openings. This leads to a lower power requirement to increase temperature. 

  • The number of walls and rooms in the area also matters. With more rooms, you may find that you can cover a smaller area, as the air now has to be divided among the multiple areas within the building. 

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