FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions
Arch Molding Systems in Rogers, Arkansas


DO I HAVE TO FRAME MY ARCHWAY IN CURVED?
No, you do not have to frame your arch opening in curved. However, some special framing is required. This is done to bring down the corners of the sheetrock, or just hang your sheetrock down 12” from the opening header until the unit arrives.

CAN I USE THIS ON AN EXISTING ARCH OPENING?
Sometimes. Often times the Elegant Arches system will cover existing elliptical openings. The best way to determine this is by using the framing instructions chart to determine the framing dimensions for your rough opening width. Then, measure out the dimensions either on the wall, or a separate template and place on the arch. Call our office Monday thru Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm CST if more help is required.

CAN I PAINT OR STAIN THE UNIT TO MATCH THE REST OF MY MOULDING?
Yes, all units come unfinished.

WHAT SIZE OF OPENINGS DO YOU OFFER?
We accommodate all rough opening widths from 30”-117” wide and wall thickness up to 14”.

WHAT IS THE LEAD-TIME?
We offer quick ship units that are available in 7-10 business days. Other lead times vary per order; contact us to for more information.

WHERE CAN I PURCHASE ELEGANT ARCHES?
  • Email info@elegantarches.com
  • Call 866-925-1333 
  • Take completed form to many Lowe’s Home Improvement Stores Special Order Sales in Millwork or Contractors Sales Desk.

WHAT MOULDING PROFILES ARE AVAILABLE?
Elegant Arches are available in 5 different profiles. These profiles choices are called “Collections." Typically the Elegant Arch is a standalone unit that is chosen to complement the moulding in the rest of the home rather than match is exactly.

CAN I BUY ADDITIONAL MOULDING TO USE ELSEWHERE?
Yes, speak with a sales representative for details.

HOW MANY PIECES DO THE ELEGANT ARCHES COME IN?
13. The elliptical is one unit that simply slides in place. Each capital (the transition piece between the elliptical and straight vertical moulding) are each in one piece. The straight casing, jambs and plinth blocks are separate so they can be installed/shimmed as needed to accommodate imperfect walls.

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