Tradeglaze adds Resurgence flush

Jeremy Wetherall
Jeremy Wetherall

Lincoln fabricator and installer Tradeglaze has introduced’s Liniar Resurgence flush casements to its product portfolio.

The announcement follows a recent investment in machinery with a new Stuga Autoflow-2 MK4 CNC sawing and machining centre.

Liniar Resurgence features a 70mm sash within an 80mm frame and comes with A+ WER ratings, 1.2 W/m2K U-Values (DG) and accreditations that include PAS24 and Part Q. Features including Liniar’s double-rebated seal and patented co-extruded bubble gasket.

Jeremy Wetherall, managing director at Tradeglaze, said: “We are excited about the benefits that our new Resurgence windows bring to our customers, from new build developers, installers and commercial clients, to domestic customers of our retail subsidiary Jackson Windows.

“We recognise the importance of innovating and investing in our company and our people in order to offer new products needed to support construction and renovation projects that increasingly require sustainable, low carbon, energy efficient solutions.

“We are fully committed to investing in Tradeglaze and have made considerable upgrades to our production capabilities in our PVC-U, aluminium and our glass factories over the past 24 months,” he continued.

“The quality of our fabrication under the leadership of our production manager Kenny King has earned us a solid reputation for high standards and reliability. Glass and glazing technology continues to evolve rapidly and with Resurgence we are adding a revolutionary product with not just great aesthetics but also enhanced thermal performance, at a competitive price.”

“Last month we began manufacturing aluminium flush sash windows in our aluminium factory and will soon be adding a Passivhaus-certified PVC-U product to our portfolio. It’s a very exciting time for our group of companies,” concluded Jeremy.