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Our team of world-class technicians look forward to making your next fireworks display spectacular.

 


 

Frequently Asked Questions?

 

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  1. Can I buy professional grade fireworks?
  2. If I'm hosting a fireworks display, do I need to get a permit?
  3. Are you insured?
  4. How much does a fireworks display cost?
  5. How long should my fireworks display last?
  6. How much space do I need to have a fireworks display?

Can I buy professional grade fireworks?

Short answer: NO. Unless you are a licensed supervisor by the industry  and have a signed "Application to Purchase" from the local Fire Department.

Let the professionals take care of the dangerous stuff.  We do have a huge selection of Class C product available for purchase.  Please contact us for the best prices offered in the US.

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If I'm hosting a fireworks display, do I need to get a permit?

Yes a permit is required by the local Fire Department, but this is our job to obtain it. PyroFire Displays will send a licensed supervisor to visit the proposed site and get the required detailed measurements. In addition the supervisor will meet with your to discuss your vision of the display.

 

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Are you insured?

Absolutely. We have  liability insurance with zero claims to date. We can add you and any other third party to the policy for your display.

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How much does a fireworks display cost?

Probably the number one question we get asked the most. The answer is not a simple number. There are so many factors that will determine the cost of display. How long do you want the show to last? For what type of function are you inquiring about? When is the date?

These questions will help us determine a cost that will ensure you are receiving a quality display.

We will advise you that a 20 minute display on July 04th for 10,000 people should cost more than a five minute display for a private party for 75 people.

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How long should my fireworks display last?

Depending on the day, venue and event this can range from 2 minutes to 20 minutes.

A New Years Eve display is usual about 2-3 minutes. A July 4th display will be about 20 minutes.

A wedding display should be between 3-5 minutes maximum.

We will recommend a good duration for the display and work with you to ensure you are getting the fireworks display you want.

 

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How much space do I need to have a fireworks display?

New changes to the guidelines set by the Explosives Regulatory Division have made a professional display more flexible. To have a respectable display, we suggest a minimum separation distance of 75m to the spectators and 95m for fallout. This should include a good line of site to see the fireworks.

Other options include a low level display using products that obtain a maximum height of 30m. For this type of display we suggest a separation distance of 25m to the spectators and the same for fallout.

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