HONESTY. EXCELLENCE. ACCOUNTABILITY. VALUE.
WELCOME TO UNIVERSAL APPLIANCE AND KITCHEN CENTER
It’s more than merely the price. It’s about the people. The knowledge. The follow up. It’s about the creation of an IMMERSIVE experience like no other.
Appliances have become a pure commodity in today’s marketplace. Generally, all of the major retailers and any large appliance store offer competitive pricing and must adhere to stringent pricing standards set by the appliance manufacturers, known as UMRP "Unilateral Minimum Retail Price.” As such, any appliance store offering the best prices possible is typically a given. What is not is the choice at the showroom. The customer experience. The follow through. The installation. Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center stands apart 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 Lifestyle Solutions business, offering fantastic service, follow-up, and knowledge, in combination with the best prices in Southern California.
Our superb choice of premium appliance brands, our unrivaled product knowledge, and our team of seasoned advisors provide a truly superior service for our clients. We also boast exceptional interest-free financing, rebate offers, and White Glove installation and delivery service, providing you with an amazing appliance purchasing experience at our appliance center.
Our main goal is guiding you through the whole appliance purchasing process, to turn what is often an overwhelming or daunting challenge at most kitchen stores, into an enjoyable experience. We focus on building relationships with our customers well after the initial sale, offering support throughout the entire life cycle of the product you purchase. It is our mission to be your only choice of appliance store for life.
- Ovens (electric, gas, single, double)
- Cooktops (gas, electric, induction)
- Steam Ovens
- Speed Ovens
- Ranges (gas, dual fuel, electric, induction)
- Warming Drawers
- French Door Refrigerators
- Compact Refrigerators
- Refrigerated Drawers
- Side by Side Refrigerators
- Built-In Refrigerators
- Bottom Mount Refrigerators
- Top Mount Refrigerators
- Wine Coolers
- Beverage Chillers
- Ice Machines
- Beer Coolers
- Stack Laundry Centers
- Recycling Cabinets
- Trash Compactors
- Outdoor Refrigerators
- Outdoor Ice Makers
- BBQ Grills
- Side Burners
- Grill Carts
- Wine Coolers
- Beverage Centers
- Warming Drawers
- Outdoor Hoods
THE TOP BRANDS WE CARRY
- Sub Zero
- La Cornue
- Fisher & Paykel
- Speed Queen
- and more
Most of the historical writing about West Hollywood started in the 18th century, when European colonization as João Rodrigues Cabrilho, a Portuguese explorer arrived offshore. Approximately 5,000 of the Tongva Indian tribe inhabiting the area canoed out to greet the arrivals.
By 1780, the major connecting road for the El Pueblo de Los Angeles was what became the “Sunset Strip.” Most of this area was included in the Rancho La Brea that was eventually owned by the Henry Hancock family. At the end of the nineteenth century, West Hollywood began to take shape with the first large land development, as the town of “Sherman” was established. Sherman was the location of the Los Angeles Pacific Railroad yards, car barns, and main shops, with many of the working class railroad employees settling in the town. During this time, the city started to develop a reputation as a liquor friendly place.
By 1925, Sherman had adopted the West Hollywood moniker, and since gambling was not legal in the city of Los Angeles, there was a proliferation of nightclubs, casinos and other businesses in West Hollywood. These businesses were immune to the possibly heavy handed law enforcement of the L.A.P.D. This attracted many people connected with movie making.
Eventually, the extravagant nightclubs saw a drop in popularity, but the Sunset Strip continued to attract out of town tourists. Today, West Hollywood has a population of approximately 35,000 residents and is considered to be one of the largest and most prominent gay villages in the U.S.