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.
Today, appliances have evolved into a pure commodity. Generally, any large appliance store and all of the major retailers have competitive prices and must adhere to the stringent pricing standards set by the appliance manufacturers, known as UMRP "Unilateral Minimum Retail Price.” As such, an appliance store offering the best prices possible is often a given. What is not is the choice at the showroom. The customer experience. The follow through. The installation. Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center differentiates 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 Lifestyle Solutions, delivering superb service, follow-up, and knowledge, together with the best pricing in Southern California.
Our superb choice of premium appliance brands, our unrivaled product knowledge, and our team of seasoned advisors provide truly superior service to all our clients. Additionally, we also boast exceptional interest-free financing, rebate offers, and White Glove installation and delivery service, providing you an amazing appliance purchasing experience at our appliance center.
Our overall goal is to guide you through the complete appliance purchasing process, transforming what is often a daunting or overwhelming task, at a typical kitchen store, into an enjoyable experience. We focus on developing relationships with our customers well after the initial sale, offering support throughout the life cycle of your new product. Our mission is to be your only choice of appliance store for life.
- Ovens (electric, gas, single, double)
- Ranges (gas, dual fuel, electric, induction)
- Cooktops (gas, electric, induction)
- Steam Ovens
- Speed Ovens
- Warming Drawers
- Side by Side Refrigerators
- Built-In Refrigerators
- Bottom Mount Refrigerators
- Top Mount Refrigerators
- French Door Refrigerators
- Refrigerated Drawers
- Wine Coolers
- Beverage Chillers
- Ice Machines
- Beer Coolers
- Compact Refrigerators
- Stack Laundry Centers
- Recycling Cabinets
- Trash Compactors
- Grill Carts
- BBQ Grills
- Outdoor Refrigerators
- Outdoor Ice Makers
- Side Burners
- Wine Coolers
- Beverage Centers
- Warming Drawers
- Outdoor Hoods
THE TOP BRANDS WE CARRY
- Sub Zero
- La Cornue
- Fisher & Paykel
- Speed Queen
- and more
Westlake Village is on the western border of Los Angeles County with a population of approximately 8,500 residents. The area that is now Westlake Village was originally settled by the Chumash Indians approximately 3,000 years ago.
When the first Europeans came to the area in 1770, Captain Gaspar de Portola and his party of Spanish explorers and missionaries camped near a Chumash village that is believed to be at the site of the present day Westlake Village.
As part of the first Spanish land grants in 1795, the land was given to the Pico family, and the Rancho Simi grant was officially confirmed in 1842. By the time California was admitted to the union, most of the land was divided among 19 families. The future Westlake Village site was recognized as the central component of two Mexican land grants.
The original tract of land for modern day Westlake Village, known as “Westlake” was divided by the Ventura/Los Angeles county line. Two parts of Westlake Village on the Ventura County side were annexed into Thousand Oaks in 1968 and 1972. In 1981, the Los Angeles County section was incorporated as the City of Westlake Village. Since California state law prevents cities from existing in separate counties, the areas in Ventura County were classified as Thousand Oaks. Today, many residents of Westlake don’t realize that they live within the Thousand Oaks city limits.