Green Mountain Builders completes Bonita Bay remodel

Green Mountain Builders has just announced the completion of a substantial remodel in the award-winning community of Bonita Bay, in Bonita Springs, Florida. The transitional-inspired  makeover consists of a completely transformed kitchen, main living area, dining room, master bedroom, bathrooms and outdoor living space.



a room filled with furniture and a large window: Green Mountain Builders recently completed a first floor renovation of this Bonita Bay home located in The Sanctuary.


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Green Mountain Builders recently completed a first floor renovation of this Bonita Bay home located in The Sanctuary.

The home, originally constructed in the late 1990s, is located in The Sanctuary, a distinctive cluster of luxury homes in Bonita Bay. The neighborhood borders a lovely lake and pristine nature preserve. Many estate homes within Bonita Bay that have now aged twenty-five years are going through the remodeling and makeover process that updates both indoor and outdoor spaces that typically open up interior spaces, require new and updated kitchens, living and dining spaces, plus bedrooms, bathrooms and various other interior upgrades and improvements.

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Tony Persichilli, owner of Green Mountain Builders, a licensed building contractor and currently celebrating thirty years building in Southwest Florida, formed a group of highly qualified experts to design and build this lovely makeover. “We brought in the most creative professionals in their respective fields to work together as a

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OKC homebuilders will bring ideas back ‘from’ the International Builders Show, as usual, even though it’s online this year, which is not

“To see firsthand the latest in building science and design has allowed us to bring those concepts back to Oklahoma and share with our customers. We are looking forward to the event but also looking forward to the day we can all begin meeting and attending these great conferences in person.”

The virtual format for product exhibition will have ups and downs, said Mike Means, executive vice president of the Oklahoma Home Builders Association.

“The pro will be able to go at your own pace and be very selective of what you want to see,” he said. “A big con is that anything online allows one to try and multitask and miss some things. A couple of other cons is missing the interaction with the vendors and maybe stumbling across that one product that catches your eye.”

Means said an “unexpected positive” will be “touching base with folks you might miss if you are wandering around a gigantic showroom. Of course the negative is not being able to socialize in a normal human fashion.”

There probably isn’t any complaining about the online conventions. The National Association of Home Builders, which presents the International Builders Show, and National Kitchen & Bath

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