We Provide the Best Service
MosquitoNix® is renowned for its high standards of service when it comes to mosquito control. But did you know that we provide the same level of white-glove service with our Christmas light installation service, too? We are not just your average, ordinary holiday light installers who install your lights and décor and then disappear. MosquitoNix's service is different: We are your lighting partners throughout the entire holiday season. We carry over the highest level of care to our holiday and Christmas light displays. We offer comprehensive lighting installation for your home, neighborhood or business. Eliminate the stress and headache that buying, checking and hanging your own lights creates each year. Contact the installation professionals at MosquitoNix!
We Bring Our Own Lights
There is no need to dig out last year's lights, either: We provide the lights, the equipment and all of the trimmings to create a holiday extravaganza that will put even the biggest Scrooge into the Christmas spirit. Our commercial-grade lighting is made to withstand even the harshest outdoor climates. What this means for you is that once the lights are hung, they are our responsibility. Have a special decoration in mind? Just let us know what you want; MosquitoNix will source the decoration and make your holiday decoration dreams come true.
Problems? We'll Be Right There, Rain or Shine
Did a light go out? Call MosquitoNix and one of our licensed, insured technicians will be out in no time to replace it. Power outages and storm damage are no problems either - just contact us if there is a problem and we will make your lights good as new.
We Uninstall Your Lights and Décor, Too
At the end of the holiday season, we will be out to take down and clean up the lighting on your property. The lights are stored in our warehouse until you call us next season to put them up again. You can't go wrong with Christmas light installation from MosquitoNix. Give us a try this year - we guarantee we won't disappoint.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) ranks mosquitoes as one of earth's deadliest animals, thanks to their ability to spread disease. These diseases include Zika, the West Nile virus, Chikungunya, dengue, yellow fever and malaria. Malaria alone killed nearly 450,000 people in 2016, mainly young children and babies in sub-Saharan Africa.