HONESTY. EXCELLENCE. ACCOUNTABILITY. VALUE.
WELCOME TO UNIVERSAL APPLIANCE AND KITCHEN CENTER
It’s more than simply the price. It’s about the people. The knowledge. The follow up. It’s about creating a truly IMMERSIVE experience like no other.
Today we often view appliances as purely a commodity. While all of the major retailers and most large appliance stores do offer competitive prices, they must adhere to the stringent pricing standards determined by the appliance manufacturers, known as UMRP "Unilateral Minimum Retail Price.” So while we expect appliance stores to offer the best prices possible. What is not guaranteed is the product selection at the showroom. The customer experience. The follow through. The installation. Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center stands apart by showcasing the largest brand selection in Southern California and providing a unique and immersive shopping experience.
More than just an appliance outlet, or even a premier retailer of the best home and kitchen appliance brands, 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 just an appliance store. We are in the business of providing Lifestyle Solutions, offering superb service, follow-up, and knowledge, combined with the best prices in Southern California.
Our fantastic selection of premium appliance brands, our unrivaled product knowledge, and our team of experienced advisors provide a genuinely superior service for every client. Additionally, we boast exceptional interest-free financing, rebate offers, and a White Glove installation and delivery service, to deliver an amazing appliance purchase experience at our appliance center.
Our aim is guiding customers through the complete process of purchasing new appliances, to turn what is often a daunting or overwhelming chore at most stores, into a pleasant experience. We focus on customer relationships, building trust well after the initial sale, offering support throughout the product life cycle. It is our mission to be your first and only choice of appliance store for life.
Massive inventory of almost 20,000 ready to ship appliances
- Built-In Refrigerators
- French Door Refrigerators
- Top Mount Refrigerators
- Bottom Mount Refrigerators
- Side by Side Refrigerators
- Refrigerated Drawers
- Wine Coolers
- Compact Refrigerators
- Beverage Chillers
- Ice Machines
- Beer Coolers
- Ovens (electric, gas, single, double)
- Steam Ovens
- Speed Ovens
- Ranges (gas, dual fuel, electric, induction)
- Cooktops (gas, electric, induction)
- Warming Drawers
- Stack Laundry Centers
- Trash Compactors
- Recycling Cabinets
- BBQ Grills
- Outdoor Hoods
- Side Burners
- Grill Carts
- Wine Coolers
- Outdoor Refrigerators
- Outdoor Ice Makers
- Beverage Centers
- Warming Drawers
THE TOP BRANDS WE CARRY
- Sub Zero
- La Cornue
- Fisher & Paykel
- Speed Queen
- and more
The coastal neighborhood of Pacific Palisades is located in the Westside area of the city of Los Angeles, California. The area has a history that can be traced back to the early 1900s. In 1911, Thomas Ince created “Inceville,” his Western film factory that employed almost 600 people at its peak.
Approximately 10 years later, the Southern California Methodist Episcopal Church purchased the land, and Rev. Charles H. Scott founded Pacific Palisades. It was intended to be a religious, intellectual commune and believers purchased lots and lived in tents while homes were being constructed. By 1925, there were 100 homes, with streets named for Methodist missionaries. The tents were replaced by cabins and eventually multimillion dollar homes with the climate of the area acting like a big selling point. The Pacific Palisades temperatures are much cooler than inland Los Angeles, but less foggy compared to other coastal areas including Santa Monica.
Today, Pacific Palisades has a population of approximately 25,000, and it lies approximately 9 miles from the UCLA campus. There are a number of landmarks in the neighborhood including the Getty Villa, Thomas Mann House, and the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine.