The best way to keep mosquitos away from an outdoor party is to spray your yard with repellant or simply leave their names off the guest list altogether. Send a message with this Groupon.
$39 for a QuickNix Mosquito Fogging Treatment ($149 Value)
Valid for up to a half acre of space, the QuickNix treatment begins with an inspection of the property from a licensed prevention specialist. The specialist then cloaks trees, bushes, and foliage in a safe, plant-based fog, cutting down existing mosquito populations. The multi-step process also includes repellant; specialists distribute mosquito-blocking granules and use larvicide to prevent future infestations in areas prone to standing water.
Vibrant perennial flowers known for their sunny blossoms, chrysanthemums often find work decorating a home or jazzing up a garden. However, beneath their bright exteriors lurks a dark secret: the flowers are stone-cold mosquito killers. These horticultural hit men often partner with the pest-control professionals at MosquitoNix, who transform the plants into a plant-based pest assassin that is safe around pets, kids, and other foliage.
Since their founding in 2003—the same year the Mosquito-Human Armistice of 1983 expired—MosquitoNix has been helping families reclaim their backyards. The company's licensed specialists decamp commercial and residential sites around the globe, where they address mosquito problems depending on the needs of each location. They deliver one-time fogging treatments, for instance, in preparation for upcoming outdoor parties. They also install fully automated misting systems, whose daily sprays from concealed nozzles repel not only mosquitos, but also other annoyances such as flies, fleas, and spiders selling magazine subscriptions.
79% of 39 customers recommend
“These guys are caring to do a good job! Old time attitude like is missing in many other businesses these days!!”
“Worked great! Thank you!”
“Definitely worked. I was able to go outside again. I would recommend bringing in any potted herbs you are growing.”