Hood Branco Innovations dials in Truckee’s home media
It is with great pride Hood Branco Innovations, Inc. announced the opening of their Truckee office. Hood Branco Innovations (HBI) is a trusted leader in the home technology field in Nevada and Placer counties. Known for cutting edge design and user-friendly technology, they have been recognized and awarded several times for their accomplishments by the industry.
“We have been serving the Truckee/Tahoe area for almost five years now,” stated Brian Hood, CEO of HBI. “We are pleased to now offer those clients a more convenient office location. This office will also allow us to better meet the needs of our clients in Truckee and Tahoe.”
HBI has built its reputation on custom designed media systems for homes. Ranging from home theaters, home automation to multi-room audio; HBI is a one-stop shop for cutting edge home media design. Featured in such publications as “Sierra Heritage,” “Home Improvement,” “Remodeling Magazine,” and “DCD Home,” their designs are geared toward fitting seamlessly into any home design.
Hood Branco Innovations, Inc., is an electronic systems contracting low-voltage company that specializes in home theater, whole-home audio and video, lighting and temperature control, and safety and security systems. HBI has a state-of-the-art showroom in Rocklin and offices in Truckee and Nevada City, all available by appointment. For more information, HBI can be reached at (916) 630-1281, (530) 582-5550, (530) 265-1901 or visit http://www.hb-innovations.com.
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