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Analyze the homes fuel bills and calculate the BTU /hr input at the average monthly temp. Then correct for changes in efficiency and multiple out to design day. Just tell the homeowner, if you weren't using those btu's why install a bigger unit than necessary. I find this to be the most accurate way of calculating heatloss, if done carefully.
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