What You'll Get
Mosquitoes have been around for more than 30 million years, which is coincidentally the half-life of Twinkies—the mosquito’s favorite sweet treat. Rid yards of cake-eating insects with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a QuickNix three-step mosquito treatment for up to 1/3 of an acre from MosquitoNix (up to a $149 value). Click here for a list of MosquitoNix’s Austin service areas.
MosquitoNix's QuickNix treatment frees backyards from biting bugs in three thorough steps. First, a backpack-mounted mosquito fogger flushes adult mosquitoes out of ivy, hedges, and other dense foliage, penetrating more deeply than other delivery methods, such as pump sprayers or pizza-delivery boys. Next, nimble technicians sprinkle lawns with granules of all-natural repellent, concentrating on high-traffic areas, such as patios, swing sets, and outdoor offices perched atop swing sets. Finally, an eco-friendly larvicide called Bt-i is dropped into standing water where the ankle biters breed, depopulating next year's roster of mosquitoes without harming people, pets, or backyard crops of Cabbage Patch Kids. Though today's Groupon is for a one-off insect eviction, best results are achieved when QuickNix treatments are repeated at least monthly, not just once in a while, sometimes, or hardly ever.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
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 treat commercial and residential sites, where they address mosquito problems depending on the needs of each location. MosquitoNix offers a one-time fogging QuickNix, for instance, in preparation for upcoming outdoor parties. They also install fully automated permanent misting systems, which sprays daily to repel not only mosquitos, but also other annoyances such as flies, fleas, and spiders selling magazine subscriptions.