Yes we are members of the British Pyrotechnists Association (BPA) and Explosives Industry Group (EIG).
Yes. However, consideration should be given to daylight hours and when it will be dark enough to get the full impact of the fireworks. By law a firework cannot be fired after 11.00pm unless the date of the display has dispensation such as November 5th, New Years Eve, Chinese New Year or Diwali.
Yes. Our rapid reaction team have even provided firework displays the same day!
For example the office received a morning call requiring a £3,000 firework display for a fairground operator in Hartlepool, our team were happy to deliver and the display was a huge success.
No. To be honest, we like the look of lanterns but they can be dangerous. There are many reports of serious burns, danger to livestock and wild animals as well as often been mistaken as distress flares.
We have £10million Public and Product Liability Insurance.
Our insurers are QBE and there contact details are:
30 Fenchurch Street
London EC3M 3BD
Tel: +44 (0)20 7105 4000
Fax: +44 (0)20 7105 4019
We always clear up as much of the firework debris as possible following the display, leaving the site as far as is possible, just as we found it.
We can choreograph fireworks to any piece of music, but some styles of music work better than others. We suggest you start with a theme or favourite song in mind.
We always approach the selection of music in partnership with our clients. This helps to ensure that the creative process is collaborative and that the final selection is agreeable to all parties.
We only use category 4 fireworks for our displays. These types of fireworks are not available to the general public but only professional firework companies. The fireworks are much larger, louder and brighter than those which are bought in the shops.
When designing a show we use many different type of firework including aerial shells, barrages (cakes), roman candles, gerbs (fountains), bundles, combinations, single shot and mines.