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Hwam Stove Smart Control App

Hwam Smart Control

Hwam have a range of stoves that are designed for you to use from your phone or tablet, so you can control the temperature in the room from the comfort of your sofa.  It’s not just a gadget (but let’s face it, it is a pretty good gadget too).

HWAM’s SmartControl™ electronic air regulation gives you a sublime level of comfort and goes easy on the environment and on your pocket. But it’s not just that – at the price of a wood-burning stove, you also get an engineer a personal firing aid right in the middle of your living room!

Hwam Smart Control
Hwam Smart Control stove at our showroom in Colney Heath

The “HWAM® SmartControl™” app allows you to easily set up your desired room temperature on a mobile telephone or tablet – and the app even reminds you when it’s time to fill up with firewood again. The only thing you have to do yourself is light the fire and close the door.

The system will take care of the rest for you, so you can relax, kick back and relish the flames and the cosy heat.

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Visit the Hwam site to find out more about the clever technology behind the app.

There’s a  Smart Control stove on display in our showroom in Colney Heath, pop in to see it for yourself!

 

Wiking Stoves

Wiking are one of our latest brands, pop along to the showroom to see their stoves first hand.

High quality affordable modern stoves from Denmark, the Wiking range was developed by Hwam at a slightly lower price point than their other ranges.  

The bulk of the range is based upon a single burn chamber, which is offered in different ways to suit individual requirements.  All stoves feature an enormous glass window allowing an exceptional view of the fire, with a cast iron, push-shut door and simple controls completing the package.

Modern design with ease of use

Wiking wood-burning stoves are designed using state-of-the-art techniques to ensure uniform quality and user-friendliness that are second to none.

Wiking Automatic

In a Wiking log burner, the regulation of air during lighting and re-stocking is managed automatically through the Wiking Automatic device, which consists of a heat-sensitive bimetallic coil, this expands or contracts depending on the temperature in the wood-burning stove.

Unique closing system

Just pull the handle lightly to open the door, when the door is pushed shut, the locking hooks engage and pull the door shut. When the door is closed the handle fits flush with  the solid cast iron door and maintains the stove’s clean lines.

Visit the manufacturers website here.

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J Day Stoneworks is a family run company trading since 1964.  We specialise in the supply of fireplaces, stoves, granite and marble worktops, bespoke masonry and natural stone products.

We have the expertise to help you find the right fireplace, stove, or granite worktop to suit your needs. We are able to advise you on which products will work for you, and can demonstrate many alternatives to you with over 100 fires and stoves on display in our showroom.

Choosing a stove or a fireplace is an important decision,  always try to see it in person if possible and check with your fitter it is suitable for your home before making a purchase.

As authorised stockists of major UK brands we carry ranges of product from Stovax, Yeoman, Gazco, Capital Fireplaces, Mendip Stoves, Woodwarm, Wessex Stone, Focus Fireplaces and Newman Fireplaces, we are able to offer a wide range of woodburning stoves to suit your needs.

With over 50 years experience from our base in Colney Heath, you know you can rely on us for aftersales service and assistance, unlike many internet suppliers around today.

Don’t just take our word for it – find us on google and read our reviews.

We also have a strong continental influence in our wood burning stove showrooms with extensive displays from Jotul, Scan, Nordpeis, Lotus, Dovre, STUV, Barbas, Bellfires, Westfires, Nestor Martin, HWAM, Wiking, Rais, and Ortal.

In addition to our unique collection of thousands of original cast iron fireplaces, our architectural antique areas are extensive.  We have devoted a lot of time and effort to salvage rare treasures like stone sinks and stained glass windows alongside more common items like chimney pots, drainage hoppers and iron table bases.

Our extensive on-site workshops also allow us to manufacture commissions in natural limestones, granites, slates and sandstones.  These range from simple window cills and kitchen worktops through to hand carved ornate chimney pieces.

Alongside these traditional materials we are also utilising more contemporary materials like Quartz, Lapitec and sintered ceramic stones to meet the demanding requirements of our clients. We are happy to supply designers and architects as well as members of the public with our unique blend of products, workmanship and antiques.

Woodburning stoves

Woodburning Stoves are one of the most environmentally friendly ways of heating your living space, they are very efficient, and clean burning.

We believe the best way to choose a stove is to experience a range of them first hand – we stock a wide variety of makes, models and sizes, to suit all budgets, to give you the opportunity to compare styles and functionality before making a decision.

We have many years experience, and can help you identify which models are suitable for your home, and your own unique requirements, whether you have a chimney, or not.

Wood is a renewable resource, particularly when derived from plantations and cultivated woodland. When using your woodburning stove, for optimum results, we recommend logs should be seasoned for 2 years or more to achieve a moisture content below 20%. This will not only give up to twice the output of freshly felled timber but help avoid a build up of tar in your stove’s flue. Furthermore, if you can obtain hardwood logs this is better still, as they will have around twice the calorific value of softwoods.

Modern woodburning stoves burn much cleaner and more efficiently than older conventional stoves, and improved combustion techniques provide spectacular flames.

By upgrading to a CE certified and HETAS accredited woodburning stove, you can save wood, reduce smoke and enjoy the view all winter long.

What’s the difference between a woodburning stove and a multifuel stove?

There is one main differentiation between multifuel and woodburning appliances – Generally woodburning stoves burn on a bed of ash with no air supply under the grate (or no grate), multifuel versions have a grate to allow air supply under the smokeless fuel to aid combustion.

Rocal Circular Woodburning Stove
Rocal Circular Woodburning Stove at J Day Stoneworks
Rocal Circular Woodburning Stove
Rocal Circular Woodburning Stove at J Day Stoneworks