A stop moulding is a piece of wood that holds another part of the architectural element in place, here are a few examples that quickly come to mind. A window stop that holds the bottom sash of a double-hung window in place. In door jamb construction, the stop is nailed to the face, or inserted into a dado milled into the frame to stop the door from swinging through the frame opening. In window production, stops are used on the opposite side of the mullion to hold panes of glass in place.
We currently offer over one hundred thirty different styles of attractive stop mouldings including door, window, glass, and T shaped profiles. You may also find some patterns that could be utilized as a stop in our corners category, and in the ogee section of our catalog. If by chance you don't find a door or window pattern that fits into your current architectural element design, simply send us a sketch. We would be pleased to design a new profile in our cad program, cut an plastic template on our modern cnc machinery, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig profile grinder, in any one of our high quality knife steels you desire. We also have an easy to use cost calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.