Fallbrook is a census-designated place on the northern side of San Diego County, California. According to the census in 2010, the CDP had a population of over 30,000, which was an increase from 2000 census, which counted just a little over 29,000 people.
Unlike many famous cities, Fallbrook’s downtown is not located by any well-known highway; in fact, it is a 5.5-mile drive west of the interstate 15 or about 6 miles north of the State Route 76. If you are familiar with the U.S. Marine Corp’s base in Camp Pendleton, you can locate Fallbrook immediately east of the military camp.
Avocado Capital of The World
Unofficially recognized as “Avocado Capital of the World,” Fallbrook is known for its avocado groves and claims. It has the friendly alias of “The Friendly Village” There is a festival called “The Avocado Festival” which is held in the downtown strip attracting large crowds every year.
61-degree Fahrenheit is the year-round average temperature for Fallbrook. There is low to no humidity and minimal fluctuation due to ocean breezes. On average, the day time high is 76-degree Fahrenheit, but during the warmer months in the summer, the temperatures can rise to 90-degrees Fahrenheit.
Climate in Fallbrook
Most of Fallbrook stays frost-free during the winter, which is the coldest period, the average nighttime lows are of 42-degrees Fahrenheit. Because it is close to the ocean, it is not unusual for a resident of Fallbrook to start their day with a morning fog. In the afternoon, it can get breezy.
From November to April, Fallbrook’s enjoys most of its rain, and it is about 10 inches of annual precipitation. The surrounding hills do get more substantial rainfall and can reach up to 20 inches. Because of the weather, Fallbrook is ideal for planting strawberries, avocados, tomatoes, and many other subtropical vegetables, fruits and flowers.
Fallbrook’s most common trees are avocados and Eucalyptus. But other varieties grow, such as the native evergreen oak trees, which are very common on Fallbrook. Chaparral brushland is another type of vegetation that is associated with the area.
Fallbrook Window Replacement
If you are considering window replacement in Fallbrook, A Perfect View Construction recommends vinyl windows. Vinyl is resistant to the hot sun rays, breezy afternoons, foggy mornings, and it will not absorb the heat or sound as old aluminum windows do. Vinyl windows won’t bring that heat or dust 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 Fallbrook, contact us at (951) 698-2885.