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Thousand Oaks Windows and Doors

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Thousand Oaks Windows and Doors

Thousand Oaks California
Thousand Oaks California 91362

1 (805) 742-8474

Business Description

Discover the ideal balance of style and functionality with Thousand Oaks Windows and Doors. As your premier option for home transformations in Thousand Oaks, CA, our expert team specializes in creating and fitting stunning windows and doors that seamlessly blend elegance with energy efficiency, ensuring substantial savings. Whether you're enhancing your home's curb appeal or aiming to increase its energy conservation, our wide array of options—ranging from vinyl windows to sliding doors—ensures a customized solution for every design preference. Bring your dream living space to life today with Thousand Oaks Windows and Doors!

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Monday8 am - 5 pm
Tuesday8 am - 5 pm
Wednesday8 am - 5 pm
Thursday8 am - 5 pm
Friday8 am - 5 pm
Saturday8 am - 5 pm
Sunday8 am - 5 pm

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About Thousand Oaks

Thousand Oaks is a city in the northwestern part of Greater Los Angeles, approximately 15 miles (24 km) from the city of Los Angeles and 40 miles (64 km) from Downtown Los Angeles. The second-largest city in Ventura County, California, it is named after the many oak trees present in the area. The city forms the central populated core of the Conejo Valley. Thousand Oaks was incorporated in 1964, but has since expanded to the west and east. Two-thirds of master-planned community of Westlake and most of Newbury Park were annexed by the city during the late 1960s and 1970s. The Los Angeles County–Ventura County line crosses at the city's eastern border with what is today known as Westlake Village. The population was 126,966 at the 2020 census, up from 126,683 at the 2010 census. == History == === Etymology === One of the earliest names used for the area was Conejo Mountain Valley, as used by the founder of Newbury Park, Egbert Starr Newbury, in the 1870s. During the 1920s, today's Thousand Oaks was home to 100 residents. In the 1920s came talks of coming up with a name for the specific area of Thousand Oaks.

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