Resurgence is a significant upgrade on Liniar’s standard PVCU flush sash window, according to SGM Window’s Stuart Bull.
Basildon-based SGM Windows was established in 2004 and boasts a 25,000ft² facility.
In 2012, the company chose to partner with Liniar, fabricating the company’s new Resurgence window system when it was launched in 2019.
Resurgence is a double-rebated, co-extruded PVCU flush sash window. Arriving with four fabrication methods – including Timberweld and mechanical jointing – ultra-low U-values, and PAS 24 and Secured by Design accreditation, even with mechanical jointing. Resurgence was designed to replicate the authentic appearance of a timber window with 21st century thermal efficiency.
“We’ve been fabricating Liniar’s standard flush sash window for nearly four years, so it made sense to begin offering the next best thing,” Stuart said. “In our opinion, Resurgence is without a doubt a significant upgrade on Liniar’s standard PVCU flush sash window and, indeed, any other flush casements available on the market.
“While Resurgence offers four fabrication methods, as a business we chose to manufacture the finished product using mechanically joined transoms, mullions and frames with Timberweld sashes. This allows us to provide our customers with handcrafted aesthetics, which may take a little longer to produce, but the finished quality really stands out among other timber alternative windows.
Stuart said installers have already gained additional business through recommendations.