FAQ

Q. Where do you Cover?
A. We cover the below in green:
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Q. Can anyone buy fireworks from you?
A. Yes anyone is welcome to purchase fireworks from us. All we ask is that you are over the age of 18.

Q. What are your opening hours?
A. We are open from 9am until 10pm seven days a week, all year round.

Q. When can I use fireworks?
A. You can legally use fireworks any day of the year between 7 am and 11 pm. There are extensions to this; on Guy Fawkes Night you can use them until 12 am and on New Years Eve, Christmas, Chinese New Year and Diwali until 1 am.

Q. How can you sell your fireworks so cheap?
A. Having been in the firework business for almost 30 years, and by buying our products directly from the manufacturer we are then able to sell them at the lowest possible prices. Ensuring we always have the best deals for our customers. If you have any questions at all about fireworks, please do not be afraid to ask, no matter how trivial it may seem. We are always happy to answer questions and we are always delighted to meet a new enthusiast.

Q. Safety: Do I need professional help to set off my fireworks?
A. No, you don’t. We supply fireworks for smaller public displays as well as to businesses, groups and individuals. All our stock carries the Category 2 and 3 Classification, meaning they are designed for non-professional igniting, and have just one fuse each, so are simple to light. We also supply comprehensive firing orders, and safety equipment to make them even easier to use. We are always happy to give advice on designing your display, just ask.

Q. How far back do I need to be from the fireworks?
A. Each firework carries a label stating clearly how far back you need to be. It will be 25 meters for the display fireworks (Cat 3), and 5 meters for the garden fireworks (Cat 2).

Q. Can I be sure all fireworks I buy from you are safe?
A. We only deal with one manufacturer whose fireworks comply fully with all aspects of the current fireworks safety regulation (BS7114).

Q. What do I do if a firework doesn’t go off properly?
A. It is very unusual for our fireworks to fail to go off, however it can happen. In these circumstances, do not approach the firework. It is best to leave the firework overnight then soak with water the following day.