Appliance Store Moorpark



It’s more than just the price.  It’s about the people.  The knowledge. The follow up.  It’s about creating an IMMERSIVE experience like no other.

Major retailers and big appliance stores often feature competitive prices, bound by the manufacturers' established UMRP (Unilateral Minimum Retail Price) guidelines, ensuring pricing consistency. Thus, customers typically expect to find the best prices without much effort. What truly differentiates retailers are the products displayed in their showrooms, the customer experience, the follow-up service, and the quality of installation.

Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center sets itself apart by offering the widest range of brands in Southern California, paired with a shopping experience that's second to none.

We are more than just a place to buy appliances, or even a top retailer for the largest and finest brands in home and kitchen appliances, decorative plumbing, and outdoor grills. Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center serves as a provider of LIFESTYLE Solutions.

Come see for yourself, either online or at one of our appliance center locations, why we're committed to delivering an outstanding WOW experience EVERY TIME.

Studio City Showroom (818) 755-1111 | Calabasas Showroom (818) 880-0011 | Costa Mesa Showroom (949) 284-1811 | Torrance Showroom (310) 278-0700  | Santa Clarita Outlet (661) 238-4711 | Online Shopping 


Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center elevates the typical appliance store experience by centering on Lifestyle Solutions. We deliver unmatched service, profound expertise, and thorough follow-up, all while presenting the most competitive pricing in Southern California.

Our remarkable selection of premium appliance brands, comprehensive product understanding, and experienced advisors, guarantee an outstanding service experience for every customer. Additionally, we augment your purchase with appealing advantages such as financing, outstanding rebate offers, and exclusive White Glove installation and delivery services, guaranteeing a remarkable shopping journey with us.



Our main objective is to smoothly guide you through the entire appliance buying process, turning what is often viewed as a daunting or overwhelming task at many kitchen stores into an enjoyable experience. We focus on building lasting relationships with our customers, offering continuous support throughout the life of your newly purchased product. Our goal is to become your go-to appliance retailer for life.

Here’s what distinguishes Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center showrooms.

  • Exceptional Product Selection: Explore an incredible assortment of appliances.
  • Knowledgeable and Approachable Sales and Support Team: Enjoy professional and friendly service.
  • Unmatched Product Knowledge: Gain from our unparalleled expertise in appliances.
  • Cost-Effective or Free Delivery: Benefit from affordable or complimentary delivery services.
  • Superior Price Matching Policy: We guarantee you always receive the best price.
  • Post-Purchase In-Store Service and Repair: Access ongoing support and repairs after your purchase.
  • Wide Variety of Financing Options: Discover flexible financing solutions tailored to your needs.
  • Premier On-Site Installation Team: Experience perfect installation by our skilled installers.
  • Efficient Online Shopping Experience: Navigate our e-commerce platform with ease.
  • Interactive Dynamic Showrooms: Interact with our products in a hands-on setting.
  • Vast Inventory: Select from nearly 20,000 appliances available for immediate delivery.
  • Unrivaled Selection of Major Brands: We carry more major brands than any other appliance store in Southern California.


Outdoor Living

- Wine Coolers

- Beverage Centers

- Warming Drawers

- Heaters

- Outdoor Hoods

- Outdoor Refrigerators

- Outdoor Ice Makers

- Side Burners

- Grill Carts

- BBQ Grills



- Wine Coolers

- Compact Refrigerators

- Beverage Chillers

- Ice Machines

- Beer Coolers

- French Door Refrigerators

- Bottom Mount Refrigerators

- Built-In Refrigerators

- Freezers

- Side by Side Refrigerators

- Top Mount Refrigerators

- Refrigerated Drawers


Food Disposal

- Garbage Disposals

- Trash Compactors

- Recycling Cabinets





- Ovens (electric, gas, single, double)

- Microwaves

- Steam Ovens

- Speed Ovens

- Cooktops (gas, electric, induction)

- Warming Drawers

- Hoods

- Rangetops

- Ranges (gas, dual fuel, electric, induction)



- Stack Laundry Centers

- Dryers

- Washers



- True

- KitchenAid

- Viking

- Jenn-Air


- Dacor

- Electrolux

- Frigidaire

- Bosch

- Samsung

- Monogram

- Thermador

- Hestan

- Gaggenau

- LG

- Maytag

- Amana

- GE

- U-Line

- Speed Queen

- Sub Zero


- Cove

- BlueStar

- Miele

- La Cornue

- CornuFe

- Fisher & Paykel

- Whirlpool

- and more

Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center and Moorpark, CA

Moorpark, in Ventura County, California, was established in 1900. From just over 4,000 residents in 1980, its population surged to over 25,000 by 1990, making it one of the fastest-growing cities in Ventura County by 2006. The 2010 census reported a population of 34,421, an increase from 31,415 in 2000.

The town's name likely originates from the Moorpark apricot, once prevalent in the area, as reflected in the town's seal and flag.

Initially inhabited by the Chumash people, the area was home to the Quimisac village in what is now Happy Camp Canyon Regional Park. These early residents were hunter-gatherers who engaged in trade between villages, notably controlling the region's fused shale trade. The land later became part of the vast Rancho Simi, granted to the Pico brothers in 1795 by Governor Diego de Borica of Alta California.

Moorpark holds the distinction of being one of the first cities to utilize commercial nuclear power worldwide, following Arco, Idaho, in 1955. Highlighted on Edward R. Murrow's "See It Now" in 1957, the Sodium Reactor Experiment conducted here produced 7.5 megawatts of electrical power until its closure in 1964.

In 1961, Julius Goldman established Egg City north of Moorpark, which became the largest chicken ranch in the United States. Despite its size and productivity, local residents often complained about odors on windy days. The farm faced challenges, including a significant cull in 1972 due to Newcastle disease, before closing in 1996. A wildfire in 2006 destroyed the remnants of Egg City.

Geographically, Moorpark is nestled in a valley shaped by the Arroyo Simi river, surrounded by flatlands, mesas, and hills, adjacent to Simi Valley. The city is bisected by Highway 118, with Old Town Moorpark north and newer residential areas south of the highway.

As of 2017, Moorpark had 12,235 jobs and generated $281 million in retail sales, with businesses primarily along the Los Angeles Avenue corridor. Historic High Street serves as a secondary retail hub.

Moorpark hosts several annual events, including the Moorpark "Country Days" parade and festival, Civil War battle reenactments, an "Apricot Festival," a July 3rd fireworks show, and the Moorpark Film Festival. These events offer entertainment, vendor booths, and activities for families and the community.

The city boasts 20 parks equipped with various amenities, offering spaces for recreation and community engagement from dawn to dusk, with specific hours for lit facilities, the dog park, and the skatepark, catering to the diverse needs of its residents.

  • The Moorpark station for the Metrolink Ventura County Line and Amtrak Pacific Surfliner