New on the market the Liniar team have reinvented the flush sash window with the introduction of Resurgence. Offering an authentic timber appearance design the Resurgence uPVC flush sash window looks the part without the extra maintenance required with a traditional timber window.
With mechanically jointed frames and sashes, Resurgence replicates the timber windows found on historical properties with the added 21st Century benefits of low maintenance and high thermal efficiency. Unique, fully foiled internal rebates, means this window looks the part even when open, yet can add the modern benefits of double or triple glazing, with PAS24 and Part Q compliance.
Under the direction of the English Heritage organisation, properties which are grade listed in conservation or historical areas are bound by a different set of planning permissions than newer properties. According to Historic England, conservation areas exist to protect architectural and historical places of interest. Article 4 exists to protect the special character or appearance of buildings in those areas.
If you live in a listed property or conservation area, always check with your local council and obtain the necessary Planning Permission from the Local Planning Authority before beginning any work on your property.
Performing as well as it looks, Resurgence offers up much more than a beautiful design.
Recognising the need for a new flush window that offered higher energy ratings, Resurgence's designers integrated revolutionary science behind its beautiful facade.
An industry first, Resurgence's double-rebated sash provides unparalleled draught and weather-proofing. Liniar's design and development team also included the company's patented double co-extruded bubble gasket, so you can rest assured that Resurgence stands up to even the harshest weather.
The design also eliminates the brush piles or external seals typically found in the shadow gap of other flush windows, providing a cleaner, sleeker finish.
Triple glazing ready, Resurgence boasts an A++ WER rating from the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC), granting a comfortable home throughout the year,as well as helping homeowners save on their energy bills.