I am getting ready to build a shop and trying to figure out my wiring plan. I have been reading as much as I can online and can't find an answer. I don't want to join another forum just to ask a few questions so though I might get some help here. As I said I am getting ready to build a shop about 50' from my house. I originally planned on just pulling a 60A circuit over with sub box to power it. I don't have any power hungry devices over there, lights, propane heater, battery charger/maintainers, ext. In my house I am moving out my wood stove and putting in a pellet stove. So I need a way to keep the heat on in both places now when the power goes out. I am putting in a transfer switch (10 circuit, more then I need) at the house so I (wife) can easily keep things going when the power goes out. So my question is how do I get the shop heat and a light or two on back up power? I was thing of just running two 30A circuits over vs one 60A. The only other option I can think of is still run one 60A circuit over and then run a separate circuit over just for the heat and a light. What is my best option?