Does the thought of purchasing, installing and maintaining your holiday light displays and tree light décor fill you with dread every year? Make this year different. Call the MosquitoNix® Elves to help lighten your load this holiday season and leave the decorating to the professionals. With the help of MosquitoNix's holiday Christmas lights installation and maintenance service, you can sit back and relax while our licensed, insured and attentive MosquitoNix Elves transform your home or business for the holidays.
Christmas Light Installation, Removal and Everything In Between
Whether you need lights installed, maintained or removed, MosquitoNix is here to help with services that are designed to help take the stress out of this busy time of year. From installation to maintenance to removal and storage, we will be there to help make your home, business or neighborhood display look merry and bright. Our MosquitoNix Elves provide professional holiday and Christmas light installation and do all the work for you, so you can relax and enjoy the holiday.
Our MosquitoNix Elves can assist you with a variety of Christmas light installation ideas. We offer stylishly outlined homes with our trim-light services, but we can also expertly wrap trees in holiday lights, hang lanterns and more. We can even install wreaths, garland and other outdoor holiday trimmings and decorations, including in high-up and out-of-the-way spaces. We have the tools and know-how to do it right and safely.
You can view how we've helped other clients decorate (and get some more ideas for your own property) in our holiday lighting photo gallery. And don't forget that we can also help with your outdoor lighting and decorating for other occasions and times of the year. If you need professional outdoor wedding lighting services, we can help make your space look beautiful. Want to light up your yard for a Fourth of July party? We can help you there too!
Outdoor Christmas Lights and Holiday Decorations for Your Home or Business
Whether you're investing in adding Christmas lights and festive décor to your home or your business, our Elves are here to help make installation easy for you this year at an affordable price. Busy schedule? No problem. Our Elves are fast and efficient, so you can take care of business while we take care of the decorating. So, sit back and have some eggnog with your loved ones while the MosquitoNix Elves spread the joy this holiday season. Learn more about the MosquitoNix Elves Difference here.
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Transform your home for the holidays! We'll install holiday lights and décor along walkways, rooflines, at windows and front doors and around shrubs, borders and greenery. We can also hang wreaths and decorate trees. If you've ever wanted your home to dazzle neighbors and to have tree light décor that shines brightly on your block, we're here to help. Ask our experts what would work best for your home.
MosquitoNix can assist you with adding holiday lights to more than just your home! We also specialize in commercial lighting and décor and can help add a glow to your business. Our Elves are fully insured and licensed, always practicing careful ladder and roof work for maximum safety. Hire MosquitoNix for installing lights and décor in shopping centers, corporate campuses, churches, restaurants, schools and more!
Merry and bright all year round! MosquitoNix can also assist you with events like weddings, receptions, birthday parties, Christmas get-togethers and so much more. When you hire our merry Elves to install your party lights, they'll spin their magic wherever you'd like. No matter what your event is, we're here to help. Welcome to worry-free, stress-free Italian party lights!
Frequently Asked Questions About Holiday Lights
What are holiday lights called?
The phrase “holiday lights” refers to strings of electrical cords with white or colored light bulbs attached. These are also sometimes called string lights or fairy lights. They are frequently used indoors to decorate Christmas trees, as well as outdoors to illuminate trees, bushes, lampposts and more.
How much do professional Christmas lights cost?
How much professional Christmas lights cost depends on the size of the job. According to Forbes Magazine, the average cost is $420 for a typical mid-size job, including lights on a couple of trees in your yard and along the roofline of your home. However, a smaller job can cost closer to $100, and a very large job could cost $1,000 or more. The ideal professional holiday light installers will have the know-how to give your property the look you want while offering reasonable rates.
When should you take down Christmas lights?
There is no hard-and-fast rule as to when your lights should come down after the holiday season. However, many people dismantle their light displays on January 6. This date is when the Epiphany (also known as Twelfth Night or Three Kings’ Day) is commonly celebrated, marking the end of the 12 days of Christmas.
What are the best holiday light colors?
Since everyone has different tastes, there is no right answer when it comes to what the best holiday light colors are. However, some popular options include multicolored lights, including an assortment of red, yellow, blue, orange, green and other colors for a fun, lively look. Other people prefer to use only red and green lights, as red and green are traditionally associated with Christmas. Still others prefer to use only white lights. Even white lights can vary in color; some are warm-toned for a glow that’s more like candlelight, and others are cool-toned for a glow that’s more icy-looking. Traditional incandescent white light bulbs tend to be warmer-looking than white LED string lights.
How much do Christmas lights raise your electric bill?
How much Christmas lights raise your electric bill depends on how many lights you’re using. A huge light display will cost much more to power than a small one. In addition, incandescent Christmas lights use much more electricity than LED lights. USA Today explains that an “elaborate” Christmas light display can add $350 to your monthly electricity bill when you use incandescent lights. Luckily, an elaborate display that uses LEDs only adds $47. Similarly, a standard or average light display can add $33 to one’s electric bill when using incandescent lights, but only $5 to $7 with LEDs. Your exact totals will vary (those numbers are based on electricity rates in the state of California in 2022, with decorations lit from five to eleven p.m. for every day of December). However, those figures help to illustrate that electric light displays can fit all sorts of budgets.
Is it OK to leave LED Christmas lights on all night?
Powering your Christmas lights costs more the longer you leave them on, which is one reason why you might not necessarily want to keep them on overnight. However, there is also the issue of safety. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers recommendations for helping prevent fires caused by Christmas lights. One of their recommendations is to turn the lights off when you go to bed. This goes for LED lights as well as incandescent ones, although it is true that LEDs pose less risk because they produce much less heat. Pro tip: Setting your lights on an automatic timer can help ensure they don’t stay on overnight. Just set them to go off automatically every night when you typically go up to bed.
Do LED Christmas lights stay on if one burns out?
Yes, if one LED light on your string burns out, the other lights should still work - just replace the burned-out bulb when you notice it, and everything should look picture-perfect again!
Are permanent holiday lights worth it?
Permanent holiday lights are designed to stay in place all year rather than being taken down between seasons. They are usually encased in an aluminum track to help preserve and protect them. Getting built-in holiday lights installed costs more upfront than having a professional put up standard lights and take them down at the end of the season. However, when properly installed, permanent lights can usually last between six and ten years, so they can pay for themselves over time.