Outdoor Ceiling Fans
An outdoor ceiling fan is a lovely thing to have. A lot of people simply don't think outside the box, and they never think of installing a ceiling fan outside. Have you ever seen someone who has a ceiling fan on their porch? It's more common in places like Texas, where it's hot all the time and people like to sit out on their porch in the cool. You may even have an enclosed sunroom or enclosed patio area. Sometimes, cigarette or cigar smokers like to put a fan into one of these types of rooms as well, in order to help dissipate the smoke. Or, you may wish to place one simply because you like how it keeps the room cool for you.
Outdoor ceiling fans need to be UL listed. A UL listing basically means that the fan will have resiliency to moisture and water in the air. Rain and dampness, such as fog, will not harm the internal components of the fan. This is important, as a fan will stop working very quickly if not created with a UL compatibility in mind. Look for the UL sticker on the box when you are buying your fan to see how well it will stand up to nature's elements.
Some people also look for commercial outdoor fans. Look for one of these if you want a ceiling fan that can be installed outside, and will move a lot of air. Commercial fans generally have large blade spans - 48" - 52", or even larger, depending upon the manufacturer and the application involved.
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