Shoppers can turn to Amazon.com, the Home Depot or SupplyHouse.com to find a quality Internet-programmable humidity-control thermostat. These three retailers all offer online photos and descriptions of available models that connect to the Internet for remote programming and give total control over home humidifiers and dehumidifier equipment.
Amazon.com offers a selection of Internet-ready thermostats that makes it easy to pick and choose the right one for a specific home. The competition across multiple vendors at Amazon.com helps ensure market-competitive pricing, and many items come with free shipping for orders of more than $35, as of 2015. The Home Depot offers free shipping to local stores for online-only products along with the ability to ship some products directly to shoppers for free. The Home Depot also provides the option for purchasers of thermostats to pay for the items using PayPal.
SupplyHouse.com also provides a variety of humidity-control Internet-programmable thermostats. Kits available from the online retailer include everything users need to set up and program the thermostat. Outdoor sensors, equipment interface modules and duct sensors come with the base component in most kits. The inclusion of additional accessories helps ensure users get the most out of their new thermostats and can get them running quickly right out of the box.