(KCEN) -- Despite burn bans and freezing temperatures across Central Texas, fireworks are expected to sell like hot cakes from now through New Years Eve.
Although McLennan, Bell, Coryell, and Falls County are all under a burn ban.
That doesn't mean you can't buy fire works.
Jessica Castaneda and her kiddos make it a family tradition to buy fireworks.
No matter what, they make sure to bring in the new year with a bang.
"When it gets close to midnight, we get our display and try to beat the people next door haha," Castaneda says.
Her six-year-old son Dominick loves sparklers, the only firework sold with a stick.
Anything with a fin, rocket, or a stick was taken off the shelf.
And sometimes the bigger the firework, the safer.
Matt Baumgartner of American Fireworks says, "A lot of times we think, ya know I want the smaller stuff. But it's the larger things that go up high and stay off the ground that are safer for us."
If you are planning on setting off fire works for the new year remember....
Read the labels. Each firework is goes off differently.
Avoid buildings, trees and small children.
Only light one firework at a time.
If one doesn't light. Don't relight it. Wait 15-20 minutes and pour water on it.
And always have water nearby.
Fireworks are getting safer each year.
Some roman candles even come with a safety pamphlet that tells me that last year 100,000 pounds of fireworks were bought and only five injures were firework related.
The fear of Jessica's kids getting hurt keeps them in constant supervision.
"There is always someone there with them, they are never by themselves no!" she says.
Literally bringing the family closer together.
American fireworks will be open tomorrow until midnight and January 1st.