10 Best Outdoor Cooling Fans Decks Need 2020
One of the best ways to expand your enjoyment of a back yard deck, pergola or canopy is to have a wall, ceiling or portable fan. You can stay cooler, and get more use from your beautiful outdoor areas.
Portable units are a comfortable complement to deck and pools areas.
The ceiling fans are a perfect addition to covered decks that otherwise would be too hot enjoy.
Some of the larger fans are a bit noisy in a confined area, but are a boon to large outdoor dining and party areas.
Read on, about the 10 best outdoor cooling fans decks need.
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Outdoor Misting Fan Kit – 18″ Fan with 1500 PSI Misting Pump – High Pressure Misting System – Residential, Restaurant and Industrial Misting (5 Fans)
- Base Fan Mist Kit Includes: 5 – 18” High velocity 3 Speed Fan with 4 Nozzle Stainless Steel Ring 1- 1500PSI High Pressure Pump with Solenoid, Pressure Switch and Filtration 5- 25ft Roll of Flexible HP Tubing 1/4” 20- Ultrafine, Anti-drip Brass/Stainless Steel Misting Nozzles – Stainless Steel Mounting Clamps and All necessary fittings for easy DIY installation.
- PUMP Features: – Quiet operation; – Built in Solenoid Valve; – Built in low water cut off switch; – Commercial Filtration; – UL Rated for Outdoor Use; – Durable Steel Enclosure; – Max Pump Pressure1500Psi;
- – Supports up to 8 Fans FAN Features: – UL 507 certified for outdoor use – High Velocity (Air throw up to 20 feet) – Corrosion resistant finish – 9ft pre-wired 3-prong plug for 120VAC – 6400 CFM, 1/10HP,
- 1.4 Amps – Quiet operation – Totally enclosed, maintenance free high performance motor with thermal overload protection – Stainless Steel 4 Nozzle Mist Ring, all kits come with Black color tubing (we also offer White and Grey Color Tubing) contact us if you wish to get a different color tubing.
- Available options include wireless remote control and cyclic timer
Stainless Steel Mist Ring and fittings on each fan are rated for 2000PSI and will complement the looks of any outdoor space. All kits are expandable and can be customized to your yard/deck needs.
18″ Cool Caddie self contained Portable High Pressure Misting Fan Pump/Fan with timed Mist Cycles, 1000 psi, Beige, 5 Nozzles, 110V, 15 Amp
There are no fancy accolades for this 130 pound, sturdy, powerful portable fan, except “works as advertised”.
But that’s the best comment, I think. Some people who review a product just aren’t up for the essay, 🙂 .
The portable factor makes this choice useful for:
- Outdoor weddings
- Backyard parties (take to a friend’s!)
- Tailgate events
- Sporting events/practice
- Swap meet booths
Because when it’s hotter than hot, you don’t want to cancel those well-planned and super fun, or money making events, do you?
You can be prepared for anything all summer with this amazing and efficient portable fan mister. It’s heavy tires support its movement well.
MistAmerica MiniCool Outdoor Patio Mist Cooling System-Outdoor Fan Black
One buyer verifies that this fan does indeed cool your patio down 20 degrees. That’s pretty awesome.
You will need a little help installing this fan, depending on your DIY skills.
It reportedly mists well, and doesn’t soak your patio furniture. From that comment, I suppose some of the misters do?
Matthews DGLK-BN-MTL, Dagny Brushed Nickel Dual 39″ Outdoor Ceiling Fan with LED Light & Remote
There are options for the downrod length, and the angle of each fan. This would be altered manually.
A remote changes three speeds, and is a light dimmer.
Two halogen bulbs are included.
The two fans rotate around the light fixture.
Cool-Off 12 Gallon Island Breeze Oscillating Misting Fan – 26-Inches
This misting fan with a 12 hour run time has sturdy wheels and a break for safety. Roll it wherever you want it and secure it in place.
This oscillating fan is weather-proof and rust resistant.
The copper motor does not buzz or click. You can nap on your deck, in your pergola and under your canopy without being disturbed.
Great for families with new babies and toddlers, or elderly family members.
This fan can also be used in greenhouses and garden areas with plants that need high humidity.
Reviewers cite easy assembly, great for outdoor dinner parties especially in uncovered patio areas.
Modern Forms FR-W1818-56L-OB/DW Nautilus 56″ Four Blade Indoor/Outdoor Smart Fan with 6-Speed DC Motor and LED Light, Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish Works with Nest, Ecobee, Google Home and IOS/Android App
Free Amazon tech support is included with this purchase.
Use your smart phone to control this sleek modern unit.
Luma Comfort MF24B 24inch Commercial Misting Fan
You will find the following features in this fan:
- This misting fan will cool up to 800 square feet.
- The water tank lasts for four hours before it needs refilling.
- Oscillating fan head
- Anti-corrosive metal material
- Commercial grade construction but with a residential design
- Powerful but quiet motor
- Great for working in the garden on hot summer days
- Will help keep the bugs away
Customers advise have a full tool kit ready for the assembly. You will be threading the water tube through a small space.
60″ Triaire Modern Outdoor Ceiling Fan with Light Dimmable LED Oil Rubbed Bronze Walnut Damp Rated for Patio Porch – Casa Vieja
This fan has a blade pitch of 13 degrees and spans 60″.
The walnut finished blades are described by customers as “gorgeous” and “beautiful”.
The quiet and air output gives a five star rating result.
HydroMist F10-14-006 24″ Shrouded Outdoor Wall Mount Oscillating Fan, 3 Speed On Cord, 0.27 HP, 1.9 Amps, Black
This fan comes with the needed wall mount and brackets.
It is nickel plated for durability.
A smaller 18″ version is available.
Choose speed selection on cord, or on motor.
This fan runs smoothly and quietly.
A misting ring can be added.
CoolZone by Sunheat CZ500 Misting Fan Ultrasonic Dry Misting Fan in White with Bluetooth Technology
This fan has a mosquito repellent function. It comes with two packs which run about 12 hours. Replacements are $1.00 each.
It is quiet. The mist comes from the center of the fan and is very fine. (You can sit close, and not get wet.)
It comes with a remote.
On four wheels, it is sturdy.
An In-Depth Understanding of Outdoor Ceiling Fans by Andrew Strong (emphases mine)
“All ceiling fans are not of the same type since they are all manufactured differently. U should do a thorough study of different aspects of an outdoor fan before choosing a unit. Also, an in-depth analysis of certain aspects such as efficiency, durability, noise, finish, lifespan and warranty helps to gain better knowledge about outdoor fans.
The performance of outdoor ceiling fans will depend upon its energy consumption. It also depends upon the amount or volume of air which the fan circulates. Motors with high voltage requirements utilize very high energy. As a result, it gives out a huge volume of air, so we consider it as being efficient.
The blades of a fan play a major role in the air movement. Avoid selecting the fans just based on their attractiveness because they may not be as efficient. If you want a fan which provides cool air, then you’ll need to look carefully at the pitch of the fan blades. Remember that outdoor fans with greater pitch would always give more air movement.
Besides that, blades with a greater pitch support the motor and give cooler breeze. To reduce the cost, some manufactures cut down the corners of the blade material while others use very thin blades. As a result, the air movement gets decreased. Remember to analyze these features before spending money on outdoor fans.
Quality fans are almost silent. The loud noise of other fans is caused due to the inappropriate fitting of the metal in the motor blades of the fan. Some manufacturers use cheaper ball bearings in order to reduce the cost. The usage of such fans also results in noise pollution.
Moreover, weakly designed and manufactured fans give out the humming noise when the fan is spinning. Damping between metal parts of the fan can cause this noise too. Apart from that, thin metal sheet motors, and cheap parts on the mount system also result in the annoying noise. Therefore, when buying outdoor ceiling fans, make sure to check that the fans don’t have such undesirable qualities.
A fan with quality parts should be the first choice if you want to save money on a long run. Some features of these high performing good quality fans are the pull-chains always pull correctly from it’s housing, and the motor size and blade pitch always blend with one another. Buying fans with these features ensures that they last for a long time.
Another major thing to consider before buying a fan is its finishing. Buy the fans with brass and bronze finishes. Usually such fans tend to be more expensive. You may think that buying a cheaper fan will save you money, but the truth is, it would only tarnish and become unfit for use very soon
Therefore, it is advisable to buy these fans with brass and bronze finishing, which ensures long lasting durability. In conclusion, by understanding the various aspects of the outdoor ceiling fans, you can make a better judgment in buying one, and eventually enjoy it’s breeze, worry free.
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Love history? This is an interesting article by B. Alden Chambers, about the development and use of ceiling fans.
His article concerns indoor fans, yet now we have the convenience of weatherized finishes for outdoor fans, misters, and gazebos, canopies and pergolas(CLICK to view that article) that you can hang a fan in.
Ceiling Fans – Your Key to a Warm Winter or a Cool Summer (emphases mine)
“They come in all shapes and sizes. Some featuring one, two, or maybe even three lights. They are used everywhere, from in residential homes to vast factories and warehouses. I am speaking, of course, about the miracle invention that is the ceiling fan! Now, I’m sure that many of you readers have inhabited rooms that have ceiling fans, but I am willing to bet that of those many people, there are very few who actually know the story behind those fans or how exactly they can work in both summer and winter to provide your room with appropriate climate control.
Dating back, as early as 1870, ceiling fans have always been an effective and inexpensive manner of climate control. Originally, designed to work with a water turbine rather than an electric motor, fans incorporated the use of belts transferring power between the actual fan units that were comprised of two large metal paddles.
It was not until, over a decade later, in 1882, that a man by the name of Philip Diehl, who had previously invented an electric motor to be used in a sewing machine, that he actually later on decide to adapt it and mount it to be used as a ceiling fan unit. This was the world’s very first motorized ceiling fan, a major break through in interior-building cooling technology! This unit was simple to install and got rid of the use of such other vestigial parts such as the mechanical belts and water turbines.
Despite this breakthrough in technology, ceiling fans did not become common household items until around 1920. This sudden peak in popularity was only followed with a sudden drop in the 1930’s. Sales and use of ceilings fans dropped parallel with that of the stock market crash which occurred September the 3rd of 1929.
It was not until the energy crisis of the 1970s to open America’s eyes back up to the energy frugal ceiling fan. Ceiling fans required a fraction of the energy that the massive air conditioning units of that time needed to effectively run, thus making ceiling fans a highly cheap but effective alternative to brave out the sweltering summer conditions as well as spring and early fall in many highly humid zones.
The popularity of ceiling fan usage in America has always been a roller coaster. It is because of this fact, that the spike in popularity seen in the 1970’s could only be met once again by a demise and downfall. This setback was caused by the increase in technology of air conditioning units. A/C units went from being hulking boulders of machines that were usually set beside the house, as opposed to being the compact and inexpensive boxes that could be able to conveniently fit right into the windows of homes and offices, that we know of today. It would seem that the conventional and pragmatic use of ceilings fans had been overshadowed by the bulbous metal tumors that we see sticking out of peoples windows during the triple digit summer days of late July. However, there was still a glimpse of hope for the plastic and metal flower that resides above your bed and in your kitchens.
The modern day ceiling fan has transformed from being an object relied upon by millions to cool down their homes, now to become more of a decoration piece or a work of art, universally advocated by an array of well-established interior decorators. Fans now serve the purpose of adding decor to what would be just plain ceiling lights or in many cases, just an empty space. They can spruce up a dull, boring room instantly and still provide their prime function of climate control. As a college student, fans are invaluable to me. though they are not necessarily ceiling fans, the three fans I keep in my dorm room are about worth their weight in gold. Attending a university that does not provide air conditioning can be beyond grueling in the summer, add to that equation, the stipulation of having three other male students living in the same room and you have what would inevitably a somewhat pungent misery-filled living situation if it not for the utilization of multiple hardware fans.
Fans work in a manner, where they push and move air, rather than change the actual temperature of that air. They function because of the scientific concept known as convection. Convection is simply the idea that as a gas is heated, it will rise and as it cools, will sink. The way the fans work is that each of the paddles on the fan are slanted in such a way that, based on which way the fan is rotating, it will either push air down or pull air up. The manipulation of convection in fans can best be seen in winter use rather than as in winter the warm air will naturally rise as the cold air tends to stay low by law of physics. Setting the fan to pull air up will cause the cold air to be pulled up and force the warm air to fall and that way will keep the people below well heated without forcing any of that warm air back up thus making it lose it’s heat. In the hot summer days the air will naturally rise due to the heat so outdoor fans should be set in order keep pushing the air down, even though the air is hot it will cool as it moves. It will also create that certain breeze of air, we all savor and hope for during those heatwaves brought on by summer droughts.
Though the threat of complete air conditioning take over is continuously looming, fans still continue to provide us with both a solid alternative and supplement for climate control. Over two centuries have passed since the advent of this wonderful contraption and it is still a common object to see in residential areas. They not only provide a certain decor to a room, but as I outlined above, can provide climate help in both the dead cold of winter and the torturous heat of summer days. Even to this day we see many innovations and improvements to fans such as smaller, more efficient motors and the use of variable speed controls. It is because of these constant changes in technology that we can be rest assured fans will continue to be a common part of the average american home.
B. Alden Chambers
Home Improvement and Climate Control Enthusiast”