While used stoves are sold at thrift stores, including those operated by the Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity, many people say the best place to buy the appliances is at Sears Outlet stores. Sears Outlet stores offer the greatest selection and quality, they add.
Sears Outlet stores offer discounted used and refurbished stoves in many colors and sizes and with features such as self-cleaning capabilities to locks. The stores also sell appliance accessories and replacement parts, including cords.
Those who want to be sure they are buying the right stove are likely to appreciate customer reviews of various models. These are found at SearsOutlet.com.
Every stove that Sears Outlet stores sell undergoes a thorough testing process and, when necessary, has repairs or cosmetic improvements made. Stoves are also cleaned before they are placed on the showroom floor. These steps are necessary before the stores certify any product they sell.
Customers at Sears Outlet stores have the option of purchasing a Master Protection Agreement, which covers the cost of preventative maintenance for the duration of the plan. These agreements are available in three- and five-year lengths of time. Sears Outlet stores also provide refunds or allow product exchanges as long as a customer presents an original receipt with the undamaged stove.