Tag: Hurricane Irma

The Devastation of Hurricane Irma Update – Elegant Outdoor Kitchens – Southwest Florida

Hurricane Irma Ripping Through the Florida Coast

Elegant Outdoor Kitchens Will Remain Closed for the Next Several Days

We would like to first say thank you to all our local Floridians who have been truly doing their part to help during these adverse weather conditions. Hurricane Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm Monday morning as it came across northern Florida, drenching the Tampa Bay region and lashing buildings with 85 mph winds after hammering the southern half of the state the previous day.
We would like to take this time to mention that Elegant Outdoor Kitchens will be closed for the next several days. We will keep everyone up-to-date via our website and social media outlets. Once again, we appreciate our amazing community and the rest of the country. We have come together and have remained strong during these debilitating storms, demonstrating self-less character as nation and as Americans.

Please feel free to leave us a message through our website. We’ll respond as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience through these devastating times. Our thoughts and prayers go out to our amazing family, friends, and local citizens.

“What we’ve seen in this crisis is Citizens all over the nation coming together to help fellow citizens who are suffering the effects of Hurricane Harvey and Irma. No one had to tell them or prod them or convince them. This was just an innate desire to help fellow citizens.”

Elliot Davis Fox 2

Florida Officials Begin Ordering Evacuations – Thoughts & Prayers for Florida Coast

Florida State Category 5 Hurricane Irma

A Word About Hurricane Irma From Elegant Outdoor Kitchens of Fort Myers Florida

Elegant Outdoor Kitchens of Fort Myers Florida would like to remind our amazing community to stay safe during these unsure times. Hurricane Irma could potentially reach category 5, and we wanted to let everyone know that we might be late to respond to any form of communication that’s directed towards our company.

Our thoughts and prayers are here with our family, friends, and fellow Floridians. Make sure to stock up on food and water along with securing a safe place to stay during the storm.
Florida is strong! We will endure this storm and continue to grow stronger from it.

Get additional information from the Washington Post about Hurricane Irma here – Washington Post Hurricane Irma Article