Summer is a time when people work hard and play hard. Then they sweat – a lot. Air conditioning has made the interior of our homes more comfortable, but it doesn’t work outdoors or in highly ventilated areas. A breeze blowing over your damp skin will refresh and lower your body temperature, but Mother Nature doesn’t always offer one, especially if you’re working in an area that isn’t entirely outdoors or on a day when the air is still and too warm. This is where a wall-mounted fan can be an excellent device.
Advantages of wall fans
A wall fan, like a ceiling fan, does not take up valuable space. Lots of wall-mounted fans are connected, which avoids the cabling that can lead to danger. Even if the wall-mounted fan requires an electrical outlet, it is less difficult to train the cord so that it is not water sensitive or tripping someone.
Differences between wall fans
Not all fans that can be mounted on walls are created equal. Some have sleek or beautiful fittings, making them great choices for your porch or patio. Others are more functional and suitable for your garage, greenhouse, or barn. Some are designed to operate in areas where moisture is an issue – such as a greenhouse, while others require protection. Fans of all kinds include those who blow in one direction while others are oscillating fans who move to spread their breeze. Wall fans are no exception. The amount of air they can move and their speed also vary.
How fans help you cool off
While it is sometimes considered rude to say this, people sweat to regulate their core temperature. The thermometer climbs and your pores radiate moisture to make you feel more comfortable. In contrast to an air conditioning system or even a sump cooler, a fan does not cool the air flowing through it. Instead, it blows over your moisture-cooled flesh, helping your sweat feel cooler. Here you will find a collection of wall fans, some decorative, others functional, so you can work and play more comfortably in the summer.
Not all areas around your home are suitable for air conditioning. These include screened porches, open-air garages, and similar locations. Even in rooms where air conditioning is possible, moving the air can make it feel cooler. A wall-mounted three-blade fan combines the height of a ceiling fan and is easy to use. The Hadlee Three Bladed fan could be the answer to those hard-to-cool rooms.
Outside wall fan
Do you love your terrace but hate those windless days? The 13 inch Melody Bronze outdoor wall fan could be the perfect solution for creating your own breeze. This fan is approved for humid areas and is carried by an elegant gooseneck bracket. It can make the difference between enjoyment and misery in your lounge by the pool or on your terrace. It can even work in a greenhouse.
Old Havana Outdoor Fan
Bring your own breeze with elegance and old world style. The old Havana outdoor fan is a wall fan that is approved for use on patios and under awnings. The rust-colored, elegant bracket is unidirectional, which means that the breeze is directed towards one area – for example your favorite lawn chair. It has three speeds for your added convenience.
Comfort on your veranda
The 13 inch oiled bronze wall mounted fan can add comfort to your southern style porch. In the old southern United States, homes with wide verandas were preferred because they allowed the family to sit outside with relative comfort. The air conditioning changed quite a bit, but with a breeze of air you can still sip cooling drinks and watch the fireflies dance on the lawn.
Oscillating fan with four blades
Do you need that chilled porch or patio for a party or event? A chrome-colored four-blade oscillation fan could be the answer to shared comfort. A practical wall switch makes it easy to turn on the fans when needed and saves electricity when not. The chrome color can be combined well with bright lights to create a less strong decorative effect.
Easy to assemble oscillating wall fan
Perfect for those corners of your home where the air seems to be holding and heating up unbearably. This oscillating fan is easy to assemble and can be controlled via the middle button or via the pull chords. It requires a plug – it is not hard-wired, which may be its own convenience. The device is black in color and has a three-blade fan.
13 inch brushed nickel fan
This 13-inch oscillating fan is wall-mounted on a beautiful brushed nickel bracket and provides ventilation. This is a place where a little air movement is appreciated. This can be near the outdoor grill, your favorite patio chair, or the porch swing. It goes well with white wicker or similar light-colored furniture.
Convertible wall fan
This Savoy wall fan comes with a six-foot cord. It can be plugged into an outlet or plugged into the house. It is suitable for outdoor use and is resistant to damp conditions, but should be under protection such as an awning or porch. It can be used with a remote control, but the remote control is not included.
General purpose wall fan
The Hurricane Super 8 is an amazing all-purpose wall-mounted fan. The airflow of eight is suitable for better circulation. It can be programmed to three different speeds and three vibration patterns. It can be used in your home, greenhouse, garage, porch, patio, or just about any place where air needs to move and ventilation needs to be improved. While no fan is completely silent, it generates less noise than other inline fans.
Master of the fans
When it comes to outdoor fans, this one does it all. The 30 watt high-speed Master Mac wall fan is suitable for use in garages, barns and other warm places where the summer brings a lot of work. It has high airflow – 8500 CFM – and a one year warranty. Summer brings outdoor work and fun, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a cool breeze along the way.