Outdoor ceiling fans are heavenly! As much as I love eating out on a restaurant's patio during the summertime, I'm always cautious about making sure there are shaded areas, misters, or at least a gazebo fan. Hey, it's hot here in Texas, and sometimes it's so hot that it's dangerous to be outside.
If you enjoy reading a book on your patio or gazebo, then you're going to love these fans. Even though it can probably reach almost 100 degrees in your city, you can count on an outdoor fan to keep you nice and fresh. These fans are budget-friendly and powerful.
10 Best Gazebo Fans + Best Gazebo
The Hampton Bay Gazebo II outdoor fan is wet-rated for outdoor use. There's a 3-speed control system with a reverse setting, and it's light kit adaptable.
This Allen + Roth fan has a nice oil-rubbed bronze finish. Beat the heat for under $130.
An Amazon customer gave it five stars and said, "Love this so glad I found it, I hung it in the middle of gazebo, It has 3 settings and really creates a nice breeze on those hot days with no breeze. We enjoy the deck more now on those hotter days and evenings. plus it keeps the flying insects away."
Forget pull chains, this ceiling fan features a remote control. Keep cool with the push of a button! If you know how frustrating determining speed settings can be with a pull chain, then this is really exciting. This fan is Amazon Prime eligible, so you can have it at your doorstep in two days or less.
I love the fan blades. The sleek design is gorgeous.
Here's a fan under $300. This black wet-rated ceiling fan has a 2-speed reversible motor. Wet locations are no problem for it. Even in humid locations, the fan blades will keep you feeling cool.
A customer left a five-star rating and said, "This fan is rock solid. No vibration at high speed. Puts out a good deal of air. We have it installed on our outdoor deck. Self-installed. Medium difficulty. Well worth the money. Would highly recommend."
5. Venus Indoor/Outdoor 3-Blade Smart Ceiling Fan 60in Antique Silver with 3000K LED Light Kit and Wall Control works with iOS/Android, Alexa, Google Assistant, Samsung SmartThings, and Ecobee
Modern Forms has a fantastic fan that is perfect for Amazon Alexa users. It's also compatible with iOS/Android systems through WiFi or cellular service. Just add voice control, and Alexa will control the speed settings and light bulbs.
6. Honeywell Palm Island 52-Inch Tropical Ceiling Fan, Five Palm Leaf Blades, Indoor/Outdoor, Damp Rated, Bronze
Keep your patio cool with this gazebo ceiling fan, it's perfect for indoor or outdoor locations and is especially great for maintaining air circulation on hot days.
7. Westinghouse Lighting 7303000 Harrison, Rustic/Arts and Crafts Indoor/Outdoor Dimmable LED 52 ich Light and Remote Control, ORB Finish, Amber Frosted Glass Ceiling Fan, Oil Rubbed Bronze
With a lifetime motor warranty, you can be sure your outdoor gazebo stays cool and comfortable for years to come. An integrated LED lightbulb will keep your outdoor gazebo lit for relaxing evenings outdoors.
8. 52" Casa Breeze Tropical Coastal Outdoor Ceiling Fan with Light LED Remote Control Oil Brushed Bronze Palm Leaf Damp Rated for Patio Exterior House Porch Gazebo Garage Barn - Casa Vieja
With an integrated LED lightbulb and remote control, this is the perfect fan for keeping your outdoor locations cool and comfortable even on the hottest days. It's UL damp-rated so it can remain outdoors during muggy weather.
This extra-large fan provides ultimate air circulation even in spacious living rooms or patios. The three-speed motor provides up to 4,450 CFM airflow.
10. Honeywell Palm Island 50505-01 52-Inch Tropical Ceiling Fan, Five Palm Leaf Blades, Indoor/Outdoor, Damp Rated, Sandstone
This stunning fan is perfect for dining rooms or living rooms and features a quiet reversible motor, so you can keep cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Here's the perfect outdoor gazebo for relaxing in the backyard. Don't waste summer away in your living room just because it's hot outside. With the right shaded area and patio fan, you'll be able to enjoy a cocktail outdoors.
This post was originally published on October 22, 2020.