Would two 100 watt heaters be enough to keep a 75 gallon tank at 76 degrees? My house stays at 72 degrees or warmer year round and I didn’t want to buy another heater if I don’t need to since I already have the two 100s
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Late to the thread but can an aqueon pro 300 watt be able to keep a 75 gallon at 75 degrees. My house stayd at 79+ most of the time. barely ever drops below 75.It's already been said, but I'll add to that. It depends on what your ambient room temp is. If it's close to your desired water temp, it should be no problem, but as the ambient temp drops there will come a time when the two 100W heaters won't be able to maintain the water temp, and they may end up being on all the time it it gets cold enough.
According to the table about halfway down in this article, in a 75 gallon tank, a 250 watt heater would only be able to raise the temp 9 degrees F. Like YellowGuppy said, I would try it, but be prepared to upgrade if necessary.
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