Kearny Mesa Doors, Closets, Cabinets, Mouldins

crowncabinets3Welcome to Esau Supply Company.  If you are looking for doors, closets, hardware, and cabinets for your home, office, or private collection, you have come to the right place. We carry a large variety of wood species perfect for interior, exterior, dealers, designers and decorators, and we are always updating our stock as new pieces become available.

The staff at Esau is always willing to take a moment with new customers to help them choose the product that is right for their needs, and we pride ourselves on our extensive knowledge of all the specialty doors, cabinets, and closets available.

Esau Supply Company has been supplying quality doors and windows to contractors and residents of Kearny Mesa for over 50 years. Our locally owned and operated custom door millwork shop provides a quality product that will set your home apart.

Our Manufacturing Facility is located in El Cajon (San Diego).  We have many customers that drive in to visit with us to help them pick out the products they are looking for to create a beautiful home.  We sell direct to customers in our marketing area.  You will find our staff very friendly and knowledgeable about our products and they can help you with measurements and other technical questions.

Esau Supply Company is proud of being a family owned business where every job we receive is personal and every step in the process shows how much we care.  That's why our end products exhibit elegance, quality and dedication to serving our customers.  Every door is custom built to your order and our excitement about doing something new invites the challenge of custom designs.

We are continuously striving to become your exclusive door, cabinet, and closet solution. Offering premium hardwood and fiberglass front entry and patio doors along with other interior and exterior doors to suit remodeling projects.

Call Esau Supply Today to speak with a representative:  619-442-0247

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More about Kearny Mesa, California

The Kearny Mesa planning area is generally bounded by SR-52 on the north, I-805 on the west, Aero Drive on the south, and I-15 on the east.

The first urbanization of Kearny Mesa began in 1937 with Gibbs Airfield, now Montgomery Field. In 1948, the City of San Diego acquired the airfield and 1,400 acres of surrounding property as a replacement site for San Diego International Airport. When airspace conflicts with MCAS Miramar (formerly NAS Miramar) preempted the proposed airport, the surplus acreage became an industrial park.

Beginning in 1955 with General Dynamics, numerous aerospace, electronic, and other industrial and office firms have located in the area. Portions of Kearny Mesa, predominantly west of SR-163, also include commercial development. Residential development is limited but increasing in recent years, particularly with the development of Stonecrest in the southeast corner of the community and the redevelopment of the General Dynamics site, now known as Spectrum.

The original 1977 Serra Mesa Community Plan encompassed Kearny Mesa. The 1992 Kearny Mesa Community Plan now applies to Kearny Mesa. The Montgomery Field Master Plan contains land use policies for the airport.

The Kearny Mesa planning area is generally bounded by SR-52 on the north, I-805 on the west, Aero Drive on the south, and I-15 on the east.

The first urbanization of Kearny Mesa began in 1937 with Gibbs Airfield, now Montgomery Field. In 1948, the City of San Diego acquired the airfield and 1,400 acres of surrounding property as a replacement site for San Diego International Airport. When airspace conflicts with MCAS Miramar (formerly NAS Miramar) preempted the proposed airport, the surplus acreage became an industrial park.

Beginning in 1955 with General Dynamics, numerous aerospace, electronic, and other industrial and office firms have located in the area. Portions of Kearny Mesa, predominantly west of SR-163, also include commercial development. Residential development is limited but increasing in recent years, particularly with the development of Stonecrest in the southeast corner of the community and the redevelopment of the General Dynamics site, now known as Spectrum.

The original 1977 Serra Mesa Community Plan encompassed Kearny Mesa. The 1992 Kearny Mesa Community Plan now applies to Kearny Mesa. The Montgomery Field Master Plan contains land use policies for the airport.