All-Weather Casablanca Charthouse Fans | Up To 33% Off Retail
Enjoy the relaxing sights and sounds of the great outdoors with the Casablanca Charthouse Collection. Casablanca Charthouse ceiling fans feature customizable blades like the Casablanca Panama, but they are UL-rated for wet environments like uncovered patios and porches. Casablanca Charthouse fans provide a traditional design in an array of classic finishes that are sure to bring comfort and beauty to your outdoor living spaces.
Traditional Casablanca Charthouse Fans
As the summer season approaches, many families enjoy spending time outside, whether it’s casually reading a book on the porch or entertaining guest on the lanai. Spending time outdoors has been shown to be mentally and physically beneficial, but it may not always be comfortable. Casablanca Charthouse ceiling fans provide the cooling ease of a standard indoor fan, but they are specifically engineered to endure in the outdoors with moisture and rust-resistant components. Casablanca Charthouse fans are UL-listed for wet environments and can withstand elements like ocean spray, rain, and snow. These ceiling fans are not only a functional approach to cooling outdoor spaces, but they are a means of adding a classic touch to a traditional outdoor design.
Casablanca Charthouse ceiling fans feature a traditional fan body with five all-weather blades and pull-chain controls. The direct drive motor and 54-in blade spans produce an astonishing airflow of 7206 cubic feet per minute, which is ideal for exterior spaces ranging in size from 200 square feet to 400 square feet. The Casablanca Charthouse is available in a variety of stylish finishes like the cottage white finish with cottage white beadboard blades, maiden bronze finish with tropical plantation blades, and an aged bronze finish with espresso blades. Customize the fan blades or add a four-speed reversible remote control for added outdoor ease and convenience. Turn your patio into a charming breakfast nook, secluded dining room, or a cozy spot for an afternoon nap with a Charthouse ceiling fan.