A pliable, flexible continuous strip of material used to affect a watertight seal between the sash and frame of roof windows much like the seal around a refrigerator door.
Glass or other material that is placed into a window or door sash, or the process of installing this material.
(Glass stop / Wood stop / Sill bead) – A molding or stop placed around a window or door to cover the glass edge.
A groove cut into the sash for the mounting of glass.
A pliable substance applied between the window or door sash and the lights of glass to seal against the elements and sometimes to attach the glass to the sash.
Easy to clean. Gothic-head windows feature a grilled that makes them resemble a divided window pane.
Natural pattern of growth in wood. Different species have differing grain characteristics. Grain is also naturally variable, one of the beauties of wood.