|Carmel Valley Doors, Cabinets, Closets|
Esau Supply Company has been supplying quality doors and windows to contractors and residents of Carmel Valley for over 50 years. Our locally owned and operated custom door millwork shop provides a quality product that will set your home apart.
The endeavor of selecting the right door can be intimidating for many people. We try to facilitate the process and to work with you to find the right door system for you at the best price possible. At Esau Supply Co., we never pressure our clients to make a hasty decision. We know that you will have to live with your choice of many years. As with many specialized crafts, the millwork industry is steeped with jargon and conventions that seem to be designed to confuse.
Our goal is to make your entry way:
1. Functional: It should provide security, weatherization, and the desired level of privacy. The wood species and finish should be appropriate for the weather exposure.
2. Elegant: The design and scale of the entry unit should respect the architectural plan of the building. The details of the wood, finish, glass and ironwork should be artfully executed
3. Affordable: With unsurpassed experience and knowledge of the millwork industry, the staff at Doors & Company can help you get the look you want at the best price available.
Delivering the highest quality products to residents of Carmel Valley for decades, we will ensure that your project is completed with the highest standards and that you are 100% satisfied with the finished product.
At Esau Supply Co., we manufacturer and supply a range of decorative doors that are built to excellence in terms of design, quality & workmanship backed by 50 years of business experience. So if you are an architect who needs to fill up the doors for your project, a businessman looking to get a reliable door manufacturer and supplier, or you are just looking for doors that fit into your own home, you have come to the right place.
We are dedicated to your total satisfaction. Even if your project is less than typical, our experienced sales staff will guide you to just the right solution. Come see our wide selection of products at our showroom that features windows and doors from top manufacturers. Or you can contact our sales team today to schedule a free estimate.
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More about Carmel Valley
Carmel Valley is one of the newer villages of the City of San Diego, California.
Carmel Valley is a master planned community that began with the institutional name that was formed by the City of San Diego in 1982 and is located just east of Del Mar, California and south of Rancho Santa Fe, California.
Originally only occupying a small area, Carmel Valley has grown by leaps and bounds. With the development of Torrey Hills and other adjacent areas, the community now fills the entire 92130 zip code.
Currently, there are approximately 40,000 people reported to live in Carmel Valley. It is also the home to some of San Diego's prominent companies and law firms. Carmel Valley is also home to Torrey Pines High School, one of the premier public high schools in the nation in academics and athletics.
Carmel Valley lies east of I-5 and Del Mar on the northern edge of the City of San Diego. The earliest settlers were California Indians who left artifacts along the Carmel Creek bed. A Spanish soldier named the area Cordero; early American settlers named other areas such as McGonigle Canyon after themselves.
The Butterfield stage and pony express system ran along what is now El Camino Real. In 1905, a group of Carmelite nuns built a monastery and dairy in the area changing its name again. The area was agricultural and devoted to horse farms until the mid-1970s.
A master plan developed in 1974 wanted to change the name of the area to "North City West" and advocated developing a series of residential neighborhoods on the mesas, leaving the canyons as open space. The name change didn't stick and the local residents changed it back to Carmel Valley in the early 1990s.
Development of the residential areas began in 1983, and there are now a variety of luxury homes, condominiums and apartments available. Residents are executives and professionals who often work in nearby Sorrento Mesa or Sorrento Valley's high-tech and bio-tech firms. There is also a developing business park in the area.
Residents are active and take advantage of the area's open space to bike, skate, walk and run. The Carmel Valley Community Park offers a sports facility that includes playing fields, a swimming pool and a gym. Summer concerts are held in the park, and homes are close to the beaches in La Jolla and Del Mar; the famous Torrey Pines Golf Course and the Torrey Pines State Reserve.
Carmel Valley is a newer, master-planned community that has matured into a place where people can live, work and play. Families with children are attracted by the large houses and award winning schools. Area amenities and easy access to much of San Diego County make the commercial center of Carmel Valley ideal for corporate offices, hotels, shopping and restaurants.
Recreational options include many neighborhood parks, a community recreation center, athletic clubs, golf and the nearby beaches at Torrey Pines and Del Mar. An early experimenter in smart growth, Carmel Valley includes open space areas and an extensive trail system.
The earliest known inhabitants of Carmel Valley were the La Jolla and subsequent Ipai peoples, who left cultural artifacts along the banks of Carmel Creek. During the Rancho period, the area was known as Cordero, after a Spanish "leather jacket" soldier. Following the California Gold Rush, miners drifted south and established homesteads here. McGonigle Canyon was named after an early settler. An old adobe Butterfield pony express and stagecoach stop sat next to a spring along old El Camino Real until the late 1970s. Later, the area was largely used for horse farms and agriculture, focusing on drought tolerant crops such as lima beans, which were grown on the property that later became The Grand Del Mar golf course.
Around 1905 the Carmelite Sisters of Mercy established a dairy farm and monastery in the area. The site, on the south side of Carmel Creek, was connected by a bridge to the St. William of York Church, whose cemetery includes the graves of some of the nuns and priests. Among other things, the nuns raised pigs, and even now local animal-keeping provisions say, "except for swine." Carmel Mountain, the last undeveloped coastal mesa in Southern California, takes its name from these nuns.
While the area has long been known to local residents as Carmel Valley, the master plan commissioned in 1974, adopted the name "North City West." This plan, inspired by Kevin Lynch, attempted to reduce sprawl by confining development to the mesa tops, leaving the canyons untouched. Planned development centered around an urban core surrounded by decreasing residential densities, where higher density residential areas were traded for increased community open space.
Carmel Creek, now largely marked by SR-56 and the CVREP corridor, was intended to meander freely to the sea, allowing water to return to the ground and providing residents with natural open space and recreational opportunities. The first houses in the planned community were built in 1983 and the local Planning Board brought back the name "Carmel Valley" in the early 1990s.
Local Carmel Valley government advising boards consist of the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board which advises the City on development and land use, and the Carmel Valley Recreation Council which provides community input on parks and recreation. City facilities include a fire station, and library. A police station is being constructed along El Camino Real.