About Us

Esau Supply Company is a family owned and operated full service door and trim company in San Diego County, California. We specialize in pre-hung door units, building them in our shop in El Cajon. At Esau Supply, we also have a vast variety of custom doors and windows, hardware, cabinetry and mouldings. Thank you for your business and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Esau Supply Company

1263 Pioneer Way, El Cajon, California 92020, United States

(619) 442-0247

Hours

Open today

7:30 am – 4:30 pm

Esau Supply Co

 

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George Esau and his sons, Larry and Ron, are known in San Diego County as an honorable business family and a great racing family.  George founded Esau Supply Company in 1956.  In 1960 George moved into the current warehouse location in El Cajon.  Over the years, George has given hundreds of employees the opportunity to work in both the shop or as carpenters installing finish carpentry materials throughout San Diego.

Ron and Larry took over the day to day running of the business when George retired in 1993. Several of the employees that currently work for Esau Supply Company have been with the business for over twenty years.  The longevity of both the company and staff has allowed Esau Supply Company to become one of the most well respected door and trim companies in San Diego County.

Doors, Prehung Doors, Moulding, Hardware, Windows and more

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Doors

Wood, Fiberglass, Composite Doors, Steel Commercial or Residential.

 Esau Supply has what you need.

Prehung Doors Systems

Esau Supply has Prehung door systems made custom for your opening.

Barn Door Systems

Door Trim Moulding, Base and Crown Moulding

Esau Supply has a large selection of Moulding and trim for your home or office

Windows

Esau Supply has Wood, Vinyl, Fiberglass Clad, and Aluminum Windows 

Windows of all kinds

Aluminum Windows

Multi fold door system

For the budget minded consumer, Aluminum products offer exceptional durability at a comfortable price point. 

Vinyl Windows

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 In addition to contemporary styling, Vinyl is cost effective and low maintenance. Our Vinyl products won't peel, chip or crack and they never need painting. 


French Doors,Patio Doors and Folding

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 Looking for a way to expand the look and feel of your room?

Why not add French doors or patio doors to help integrate your interior space with the outdoors?

There is a wide selection of French doors and sliding patio doors on the market. From traditional doors with mullion cross sections to wide, open contemporary glass styles, there are door designs to fit any home style.

When debating where to put these types of doors, consider your existing outdoor access points. Do you have a small door leading to your patio or a closed wall section that would be a perfect place for new replacement doors? Does your old patio door keep sliding off its track?

Among the important features to consider are:

  • Insulated glass for energy efficiency
  • Head and foot bolts to keep inactive doors secure
  • Aluminum clad for low maintenance; bare wood interiors that can be pained or stained to match other trim
  • Arched tops to give added detail and blend with the home?s architecture
  • Doors that swing in or out, depending on preference
  • Rails, stiles and lite patterns that blend with accompanying transom windows or side lites
  • Ergonomically designed handles for ease of use

Homeowners with carpentry skills can try tackling this installation job themselves to save the cost of a carpenter or handyman. This is not a job for a novice do-it-yourselfer, however.

Other tips:

  • Don't forget the door hardware, which can really set the tone for the room. Try trendy finishes, such as oil rubbed bronze, antique brass, and satin nickel.
  • Match door hardware with exterior lighting finishes for a coordinated look
  • Consider adding French doors between interior rooms to add character, separate the spaces, and enhance privacy. Among the options are the spaces between the foyer and living room or the family room and den.