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July 2019

Golden Gate Estates Home Builder, GH Builders, Welcomes New Team Member

By | GH Builders Team

Naples, Florida, July 17th, 2019– GH Builders, a Southwest Florida home builder announces that Kyle Mitchusson has joined the team. GH Builders builds quality and affordable homes in Golden Gate Estates, promoting a mission of ‘Value Without Compromise’ to its clients. The builder offers the cost-conscious buyer the chance to own a beautifully-designed custom home in the up-and-coming area of Golden Gate Estates through innovative design, cutting-edge building practices and a passion for excellence.

Born and raised in Collier County, Mitchusson’s passion for construction began in middle school, where he started cleaning job sites after school and on the weekends. Mitchusson got a deeper understanding of the construction industry when he was a part of the construction academy in high school. He went on to further his expertise in the field during high school and college in all aspects of carpentry in custom residential construction for established General Contractors on Marco Island. Graduating from The University of Florida in 2018, Mitchusson strives to deliver perfection and joins the GH Builders team with confidence in his work. In his free time, Mitchusson enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time with his family.

GH Builders ( offers clients a new way to build a home in Golden Gate Estates. With lot selection services, six floorplans to choose from and a variety of designer finishing packages available, clients are able to get a quality and affordable home.

Chris Ghannam, Project Manager with GH Builders speaks about Mitchusson’s arrival to the team.

We’re really happy to have Kyle onboard and we’re looking forward to watching him succeed and grow with our team. I have no doubt that he will be an asset to this company,” he says.

Mitchusson is also excited to be a part of the GH Builders team.

I have worked so hard to get where I am and to be a part of an amazing team, like GH Builders is something that I’ve always dreamed of, so I’m looking forward to making them proud,” he says.

About GH Builders

The mission of GH Builders is to make the construction of family homes both exciting and affordable again! The team at GH Builders has an understanding of both the positive attributes that are associated with a strong and vibrant construction market, and conversely, the unique challenges in keeping construction affordable when demand remains very high while trade resources remain finite.

To learn more about GH Builders, please call (239) 451-6157, email or visit

Top Home Building Lessons Learned from Hurricane Irma

By | New Homes

It has been quite some time since we have experienced something so powerful, so catastrophic as Hurricane Irma in our tranquil city. The sheer force of Hurricane Irma as she crashed upon our shores is something that not many of us will ever forget, not to mention the absolute devastation that followed. In the wake of Irma’s wrath, home builders across the state came to a conclusion…changes needed to be made. It’s been almost two years since Irma made landfall and there have been lessons learned in all facets of our lives. Here are the top home building lessons learned from Hurricane Irma.

Stronger Roofing Techniques

In the aftermath, it was noticed that many new construction homes weathered the storm quite well, as opposed to older homes that saw ample damage to many areas of the structure. This is true in most all areas, except one…roofing. Roofing techniques since Hurricane Irma have been seen to undergo a transformation. More expensive roofing techniques and materials are being implemented into homes to offer a higher level of protection at storm time. Metal roofs seemed to be spared a lot of damage, resulting in many builders considering this as an option for their homes, and many homeowners opting for metal roofing materials after the storm.

Home Material Upgrades

Concrete block homes stood against Hurricane Irma and her violent winds more so than wood frame homes. This is why you’ll see many home builders choosing concrete block and implementing concrete construction in many areas of the home. These include:

  • Concrete block exterior walls

  • Concrete culverts and aprons

  • Concrete covered lanais

  • Concrete driveways, walkways and entryways

New construction homes are also including either impact-resistant glass or storm panels with the home to make it easier for homeowners to stay protected during a storm. In not having to go out and buy storm panels, this can ensure that more homeowners are ready the next time a storm is on its way.

Flooding Precautions

Flooding is a major concern in our area, especially during a storm of epic proportions, like Irma. Not only are homeowners required by lenders to carry flood insurance if they live in a FEMA designated flood zone, home builders are taking flooding into consideration when they are building new homes as well. Many home builders are elevating their homes to help alleviate the risk of flooding during this dangerous time.

New Home Building Practices

No one could have known what Irma carried with her and how strong of a storm she was going to be, but what we know now is that anything is possible. Home builders across the state are constantly learning new building practices and techniques to better prepare their homes during a catastrophe. The risk is too much for the building industry. That’s why new building techniques and more superior materials are being implemented into new construction homes, and many homeowners are seeking to upgrade their homes to withstand some of the most violent winds that Mother Nature can bring. As we prepare for whatever comes our way, we get stronger, as an industry and as a community. We don’t know what the future holds, but we’re ready for it.

At GH Builders, our team implements some of the most cutting-edge building practices in Southwest Florida. Get started with our team by calling (239) 451-6157 or visiting

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