Q: What size generator should we get for a 1600 sq. foot house?

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A 22-27 kW home standby generator would generally be suitable for a 4500 square foot house. However, factors like energy usage, appliances, and climate can impact the recommended size, so a professional assessment is recommended for accuracy.

Impossible to say without knowing how many rooms and what size they are.

by foot

Yes, an 8kVA generator can run a small house. A generator this size should be able to adequately power a one ton air conditioner, 18 cubic foot refrigerator, and other small appliances normally found in a small house.

Carriages, horses, and by foot.

A foot is a unit of length. A square foot is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

1600 sq ft = 1600/9 sq yd = 177 7/9 sq yd. Almost 178 square yards are needed if all floors are to be carpeted. If it is a two floor house, additional carpeting may be needed for the stair risers, but usually the kitchen and bathroom(s) are not carpeted so their areas may be subtracted.

There are 304.8 millimetres in one foot. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 1600 millimetres is equal to 1600/304.8 = 5.25 feet.

A 25 foot cord will not cause enough voltage drop to worry about.

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 1600 feet is equal to 1600/3 = 533.3 recurring (that is, 533.3333..) yards or 533 yards 1 foot.

a 4 ton unit