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LiveSmart Announces Its Move to Northern California

Security and Home Automation Technology Systems Specialists and Installers Set Up Shop to Serve Homeowners and Businesses in Plumas and Sierra Counties

LiveSmart Technologies (California State Contractor’s License #1100854) has announced it is now bringing its residential and business security systems and home automation expertise to the Lost Sierras region.

In making the announcement, LiveSmart founder Gary Russell, a new resident of Graeagle, explained the company’s mission as “helping families and businesses live simply, live safer and live smarter through affordable, high-tech security, video and home automation systems. We take the mystery, the worry and the hassle out of selecting and installing advanced technology solutions for the home or office.”

LiveSmart offers a range of products and installation and networking services, along with after sales support, for systems ranging from video surveillance, motion sensors and security lighting to automated climate control, motorized shades and dimmable smart light switches.

“These systems are designed to provide an extra measure of security and peace of mind for business owners and residents, while also helping them save time, energy and money by giving them control over their home environment,” Russell said.

Founded in 2014 in Anaheim, CA, by Gary Russell, an electrical engineer and consumer technology veteran, LiveSmart has now relocated to Graeagle to serve the Plumas and Sierra County region.

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