|Cardiff by the Sea Doors, Closets, Cabinets, Mouldings|
Esau Supply was started by George Esau in 1956 with a vision to provide San Diego County homeowners and contractors with quality entry doors, interior doors, mouldings and windows. We offer custom and standard entry doors in hardwoods and fiberglass. Our full service trim shop allows us to provide you with pre-hung doors with quick lead times.
Being a family owned and operated business we understand how important relationships are. We are an honest company that treats our customers with respect. We offer no gimmicks, no â€œsales pitchâ€, and no pressure. We work closely with contractors, re-modelers, designers and homeowners to insure the buyers get the look the look they want.
If the time has come to replace your entryway doors, Esau Supply wants to speak with you and explain the value of using Esau Supply.
Esau Supply makes available to you all major brands of wood and fiberglass doors and frames. Gone are the scratched, unimaginative, and weather weary entries that were original to the home.
Custom Doors Add Class to Your Home
Your doors can say a lot about you. A custom door, particularly in your front entry, gives the visitor a strong impression of you and your home. What do you want your front door to say? Do you want it to be welcoming, friendly, elegant, or perhaps to impart a touch of humor? Remember, it should also fit the design and style of your home. Custom doors can be made from a variety of materials, shaped and finished in a myriad of designs--mahogany, glass, wrought iron; sculpted, etched; rectangular, arched; the possibilities are limited only by your imagination and budget.
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More about Cardiff by the Sea, California
Cardiff-by-the-Sea is a beach community tucked between Encinitas and Solana Beach in San Diego County, California. It has the Pacific Ocean on its west, Encinitas on east and north, and a beach and lagoon on the south. Operating as part of the city of Encinitas, the town of under 12,000 still considers itself a separate entity.
Like so many other towns around the region, locals prefer the small town atmosphere and most want to keep it like that. It's hard to believe it is located just 25 miles north of California's second largest city, San Diego. Conveniently located just west of Interstate 5, many residents live on hillsides with gorgeous ocean views but are still within commute distance to downtown San Diego.
Over eighty years ago, this farming community in the hills north of the San Elijo Lagoon, began to take root and grow as Cardiff when developer J. Frank Cullen broke ground to build new homes. Many streets in Cardiff bear names this English-born landowner grew up with in his native UK. Birmingham, Chesterfield and Manchester are familiar streets to Cardiff residents.
Primarily residential, there are two hotels in town, fine dining, shops and the beautiful Pacific Ocean which attracts tourists to the region. San Elijo State Beach Campground, provides opportunities for tent camping right on the ocean. Locals and travelers alike, enjoy bird watching and hiking along the trails in the San Elijo Lagoon and running and biking along the beachside highway.
One of several restaurants lined up side by side on Restaurant Row is The Beach House. The unique building complete with stained glass bathroom windows looking to the ocean was designed by famed architect, Hubble (not related to the Hubble telescope).
Cardiff offers a range of water-related activities; swimming, surfing, sunbathing, wind sailing and strolling along the shore. Also enjoy hiking, jogging, boating, tennis, fishing, hang gliding, bicycling, or nearby golfing. There is a residential and business district and a Chamber of Commerce office in Towne Centre. Drop by when they are open to purchase souvenir gifts such as T-shirts, ball caps, license plate frames and postcards.
Cardiff-by-the-Sea is a great escape. Known for its charm, village hospitality and warm, sunny weather, it offers everything unique to those who seek the beauty of a small ocean side town.
Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church Greek Festival features Greek imports, music, pottery, jewelry, game booths for kids, an open marketplace selling fresh deli specialties, and a traditional Greek coffeehouse.
The Greek festival also has a large assortment of Greek cuisine, including Gyros, a slow-roasting rotisserie lamb; Tiropites, which are cheese pitas; rizogalo, a thick rice pudding; and taramasalat, a caviar dip; homemade traditional pastries like baklava and galatoboureko, a custard pastry; traditional Greek roast coffee; and Greek wine and beer.
Complimentary parking is available next to the Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church at the MiraCosta College parking lot on Manchester Avenue.
Information and things to do:
Cardiff's Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church Greek Festival every September.
A Chili Cookoff in October.
Cardiff by the Sea Chamber of Commerce 2051 San Elijo Ave. Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Ca. 92007 Located at Cardiff Towne Centre Phone: 760-436-0431
History of Cardiff San Elijo State Beach Campground North County Map