Our Online Catalog of Moldings

Baseboards | Base Caps | Casings | Back Bands | Sills & Aprons | Headers

Crowns | Flooring Profiles | Handrails | Beadboards | Chair Rails | Miscellaneous Moldings

 

Custom hardwood moldings can add substantially to the value and beauty of a home or commercial installation. When and if you choose to sell your home, your unique property will move more quickly because its upgraded millwork sets it apart from others on the market.

Fat Andy's moldings range from crown molding for home and interior decorating to architectural molding for specified interior design. Moldings from Fat Andy's Hardwood, Inc. can turn an average room into a signature statement with your own individual imprint. 

Our moldings are custom produced on state of the art equipment. You can use one of our existing knives or have one custom ground to your specs. And you can choose from over 20 species of hardwoods.

Fat Andy's Hardwood, Inc. molding online catalog is made up of Baseboards , Base Caps , Casings , Back Bands , Sills & Aprons , Headers , Crowns , Flooring Profiles , Handrails , Beadboards , Chair Rails and Miscellaneous Moldings. You will find over 1000 images of our wide variety of molding profiles. Curved moldings are also available in most cases. In business for over 25 years Fat Andy's has amassed one of New England's largest collection of custom molding knife profiles. Organized in over 10 major categories, we hope you enjoy browsing this special collection of sample moldings.

We would be happy to quote you the wood species of your choice on any of these production-ready profiles; or bring us a sample, fax us a profile, or let us help you design a molding from your own ideas.

Dictionary of Molding Terms

Aprons: a molding that goes under a window sill.

Baseboards:a molding that conceals the joint between an interior wall and the floor.

Base Caps : a molding that is added to the top of baseboard molding.

Back Bands:a molding that is used to build-up a window casing to give it a richer heavier look.

Casings: a molding that encloses the frame around a door or window opening.

Crowns:a molding that conceals the joint between an interior wall and the ceiling.

Headers: a molding that goes above a window or a door.

Sills: a horizontal molding that forms the base of a window.

Bead board: molded wood strips that attach to a wall.

Chair Rail: molding that is applied about 36" high and parallel to the floor to prevent the back of a chair hitting the wall.