The Home Depot, Lowe's and Best Buy sell replacement thermostats for home use, as of 2015. Each of these retailers offers thermostats with a bevy of features, including combinations of online access, touchscreen controls and multiple-day programming options.
The Home Depot carries thermostats from top manufacturers, including Honeywell, Ecobee and Allure Energy. Shoppers who purchase replacement thermostats online can get free shipping direct to their homes or free in-store pickup. Product pages on the company's website include downloadable use and care manuals as well as assembly instructions. The Home Depot also offers protection plans to cover thermostats sold online.
Lowe's also offers free in-store pickup as well as free shipping on qualifying orders with a total cost of at least $49. Lowe's shoppers can purchase thermostats in stores, online or using their smartphones and the Lowe's app for Android or iOS. Shoppers can contact Lowe's customer care with any questions or concerns using a toll-free number. Sales pages allow customers to save items for future purchase.
Best Buy also lets customers avoid shipping fees by picking up items in local brick-and-mortar stores, and the company hosts many user reviews and ratings on its website. Online shoppers can purchase Geek Squad protection plans for all electronics, including replacement thermostats.