Established in February 2005, GHS started doing small jobs from a home based office and started advertising on the internet. GHS was then goggled by customers searching for small home improvement repair needs. Later, Unlimited Repair Service-contracted with,Home Depot and Costco to service their above ground Home Spas sold to customers still under warranty found GHS via internet contacted GHS and initiated a contract. Shortly after GHS was offered another contract by FAS INC now Assurant Field Asset Service and was hired to perform REO services. It was not long before more offers from companies such as Cyprexx Service LLC, Coldwell Banker, Realty Concepts, US Bank Home Mortgage, Fannie Mae & Freddy Mac contracted GHS for REO services and building maintenance. Past performance GHS was under a 2 year contract with the City Of Fresno Housing Authority & Redevelopment Agency for janitorial maintenance and debri removal until 2012, also GHS had participated in the Community Housing Partnership Program that is a government funded home loan program that provides home owners in designated areas within the city of Fresno a choice of two programs. Minor grants of up to $8500 to enhance the exterior of their single family residence or major conditional loan of up to $39,500. All this is done through a bidding process by other qualified General Building Contractors.
GHS currently is an approved vendor for Sears Holdings Service Live home improvements and repairs.
GHS was selected as the first General Contractor for the Fresno Transformative climate community. The Fresno Transformative Climate Communities Collaborative (Collaborative) began with a participatory process to identify a series of projects to invest in that will result in significant environmental and economic benefits downtown, Chinatown, and southwest Fresno.
The purpose of the Collaborative was to promote and nurture creative project ideas, develop local criteria to define the type of catalytic and connective impact projects should have, and provide the City of Fresno with direction on the proposal of integrated projects included in the application to the Strategic Growth Council (SGC) for funding.
The Collaborative met regularly from July through September and resulted in an active, engaged, 164 member Community Steering Committee and a proposal submitted to the SGC for the $66.5 million from the Transformative Climate Communities Program (TCC)
In November of 2016, the California Strategic Growth Council selected Fresno as one of three cities in the state to be a pilot for their new Transformative Climate Communities Program (TCC). This program was created “to fund the development and implementation of neighborhood-level transformative climate community plans that include multiple coordinated greenhouse gas emissions reduction projects that provide local economic, environmental and health benefits to disadvantaged communities”.