Escondido, CA

The location of Escondido was first discovered by Indians who built their villages in the area more than four thousand years ago. In 1843, a Spanish explorer named Juan Bautista de Anza was granted the land. What is now known as Escondido Valley, used to be known as Rincon del Diablo, which means “The Devil’s Corner” in Spanish. In 1886, the Escondido Land and Town Company received a land grant, and the area later became divided into small farms which were suitable for grapes and citrus. Two years later, on October 8, 1888, Escondido was incorporated.


Escondido receives about 14 inches of rainfall on average per year, which are accumulated over a span of 42 days. The city gets no snow and about 266 sunny days each year. June, May, and October are the best months to enjoy the sun in Escondido as opposed to February and December, which are the least comfortable months in Escondido. The city has a rating of 9 out of 10 for comfort, according to the BestPlaces Comfort Index.


The population in Escondido is about 152, 213, and as of 2010, Latinos became the largest group in the city; however, it is still quite diverse. The most common jobs held by their residents are in office and administrative, sales, and maintenance work. Compared to most places, Escondido has an increasing amount of residents who work in the fishing, farming, and forestry industry.

The Best Window Replacement 

If you are considering window replacement in Escondido, A Perfect View Construction recommends vinyl windows. Vinyl is resistant to the hot sun rays, and it will not absorb the heat as old aluminum windows do. Vinyl windows won’t bring that heat into your home. With a combination of vinyl, tempered glass, and other energy-efficient elements in our windows, you are guaranteed to also save on utility bills.

Did we mention that our windows are beautiful and provide the best views? For a perfect view window replacement in Escondido, contact us at (951) 698-2885.