HONESTY. EXCELLENCE. ACCOUNTABILITY. VALUE.
WELCOME TO UNIVERSAL APPLIANCE AND KITCHEN CENTER
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.
Appliances have become purely a commodity today. While all the major retailers and the large appliance stores offer competitive prices, they must adhere to the stringent pricing standards set by the appliance manufacturers, known as UMRP "Unilateral Minimum Retail Price.” As such appliance stores providing the best prices is usually a given. What is not, however, is the selection at the showroom. The customer experience. The follow through. The installation. Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center does differentiate itself by offering the largest brand selection in Southern California, and creating a unique immersive shopping experience.
More than just an appliance outlet, or even a premier retailer of the best brands in home and kitchen appliances, decorative plumbing fixtures and outdoor grills, Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center is a purveyor of LIFESTYLE Solutions.
Explore and discover here, and in one of our appliance center locations, why we say it’s about delivering a 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 is not merely an appliance store. We are in the business of offering Lifestyle Solutions, offering superb service, follow-up, and knowledge, combined with the best pricing in Southern California.
Our extensive choice of premium appliance brands, our seasoned advisors, and our in-depth product knowledge, combine to create a truly superior service for all our clients. Additionally, we boast amazing rebate offers, interest-free financing, and White Glove installation and delivery service, to offer you an amazing appliance purchase experience at our appliance center.
Our main aim is to assist you through the whole appliance purchasing process, to transform what is often a daunting, overwhelming task, at a typical kitchen store, into a more enjoyable one. We focus on establishing a relationship with our customer well after the sale, providing support throughout the entire life cycle of the product purchased. Our mission is to be your first choice of appliance store for life.
- Ranges (gas, dual fuel, electric, induction)
- Ovens (electric, gas, single, double)
- Steam Ovens
- Speed Ovens
- Cooktops (gas, electric, induction)
- Warming Drawers
- Side by Side Refrigerators
- French Door Refrigerators
- Built-In Refrigerators
- Bottom Mount Refrigerators
- Top Mount Refrigerators
- Wine Coolers
- Beverage Chillers
- Compact Refrigerators
- Ice Machines
- Beer Coolers
- Refrigerated Drawers
- Stack Laundry Centers
- Trash Compactors
- Recycling Cabinets
- BBQ Grills
- Grill Carts
- Outdoor Refrigerators
- Outdoor Ice Makers
- Side Burners
- Beverage Centers
- Wine Coolers
- Warming Drawers
- Outdoor Hoods
THE TOP BRANDS WE CARRY
- Sub Zero
- La Cornue
- Fisher & Paykel
- Speed Queen
- and more
North Hollywood is an east San Fernando Valley neighborhood in Los Angeles. It is home to the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the NoHo Arts District with municipal parks and a recreation center. North Hollywood was established in 1887 by the Lankershim Ranch Land and Water Company. It was initially called “Toluca” but was renamed “Lankershim” in 1896. The name “North Hollywood” was not in place until 1927.
North Hollywood was initially part of the Mission San Fernando Rey de España. These vast land holdings were confiscated during the Mexican rule. Isaac Lankershim assembled a group of investors to create the San Fernando Farm Homestead Association to purchase half of the Rancho Ex-Mission San Fernando for its impressive agricultural potential. In 1873, Lankershim’s son took over management of the plot with future brother in law Isaac Newton Van Nuys. Van Nuys thought the land had potential for dryland farming wheat crops and to test this theory, leased land. In time, the property renamed the Los Angeles Farming and Milling Company became the largest wheat growing enterprise in the world.
In 1887 a township was established with readymade small farms offered for sale planted with trees that could survive rainless summers by relying on the high water table. Despite the brutal droughts in the 1890s, the nut and fruit farmers remained solvent.