Patio Fans

Outdoor Patio & Ceiling Fans

Add beauty and comfort to a porch or patio area with an outdoor ceiling fan from Frank Webb Home. Explore our selection to find dry- or wet-rated fans ideal for covered or semi-covered porches or patios: An outdoor fan improves air flow, provides relief from warm temperatures, and keeps bugs at bay with a gentle breeze. We offer fans with blade sizes ranging from 30 inches to 82 inches with fan speed and pitch choices for optimal outdoor cooling. Downrod attachments accommodate sloped or high ceilings, making it easy to mount overhead fans for improved circulation and comfort in any space. A lighted patio fan allows you to continue entertaining after dark; options with dimmable lights create the atmosphere you desire and provide extra illumination when you need it.

While function is important, a patio fan is also a great way to show off your personal style. Find outdoor ceiling fans with blade shapes and hardware finishes in transitional, industrial, and farmhouse styles to complement your outdoor living space. Explore options from Minka-Aire, Quorum, Kichler, and other popular brands to get the fan function you need with the look you prefer. Cool your outdoor space for enjoyment all summer long with a high-quality patio fan from Frank Webb Home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the number of fan blades make a difference?

No, the number of fan blades is mostly a matter of personal style. Advancements in technology have made most outdoor ceiling fans nearly equal in efficiency regardless of blade count. Fans with three blades offer a sleek, contemporary aesthetic, while four- or five-blade fans are more balanced and traditional-looking.

How many CFM do I need for an outdoor patio?

For an outdoor patio, its fan’s CFM (ability to move air per cubic feet per minute) should be three or four times the total area. Open areas outdoors may need 6,000 CFM to adequately cool the space. Consider installing multiple patio fans (especially when areas are designated for different activities) to achieve an acceptable CFM for cooling.