Summer is the perfect season to stay outdoors. This is why an indoor outdoor ceiling fan is an essential for your patio or porch to keep you cool and ward the insects away when you’re just chilling there.
Surely, folks who live in more consistently humid climate will instantly think about installing these indoor outdoor ceiling fans, but this is worth contemplating idea for those who live in other places. If you are one of those still thinking about this home addition, don’t fret, with the developments and innovations in today’s technology, fan companies are now making their ceiling fans more compatible to changing weather that you shouldn’t need to worry about harsh weather than can damage your porch’s ceiling fan. Most of these babies’ motors are made with weather friendly materials that no rain, heat, or cold will easily break them.
After that being settled, your next concern might just be which indoor outdoor ceiling fan to get. To help you with that, here are a couple of brand names and models that you can consider.
1. Emerson Corsair. From the fashionably unique St. Croix series, this model is a two bladed indoor outdoor ceiling fan with antique pewter finish and all-weather pecan palm leaf blades available in different designs (the extras are sold separately, though). It also scores a perfect one hundred cubic feet per minute, per watt, for airflow efficiency, so, if your porch measures nine feet or even taller, the Corsair is a really nice option you can go for.
2. Emerson Maui Bay. If the name itself doesn’t remind you of sunshine, beaches, and tropical drinks, then the look will do the work for you. This beautiful piece embodies tropical elegance in an indoor outdoor ceiling fan with its antique brass finish and tropical leaf, hand-woven wicker, and hand carved wooden blades. This model also has special remote controls, to help you easily manage the speed on especially hot, lazy days.
3. Hunter Sanibel or Beachside. Another concept piece is the Sanibel with its bronze finish and sailcloth blades. This could be perfect for modern homes or for boating enthusiasts with its boat-like look and feel. It also comes with a lamp, perfect as outdoor light.
4. Hunter Charthouse. If you want a more traditional look, the Charthouse is the perfect one for you. This model look a lot like traditional and classic ceiling fans, except for its blades made with rattan or bamboo blades.
5. Emerson Tureen. Made with brush steel finish, opal matte glass, and midnight Bordeaux blades, this indoor outdoor ceiling fan is perfect for the most modern houses.
6. Emerson Devonshire. Having a posh house doesn’t mean you can’t have an outdoor ceiling fan. Devonshire has a barbeque black finish with all-weather aged oak blades that can surely match your home and stand the damp weather.
These are just some examples, proving you that any kind of home can have options for indoor outdoor ceiling fans. See it for yourself and check out local and online listing of ceiling fans.