Does Lowe’s Deliver? (Price, Products, Lumber, Free Delivery, Wait Times + More)

Lowe’s sells a large variety of products, with the majority available for purchase in-store. However, if you can’t take an item with you from the store, can Lowe’s deliver it?

I did some digging into whether Lowe’s can deliver and what the logistics are if it does! So, read on to have all your questions answered!

Does Lowe’s Deliver?

Yes, Lowe’s does deliver. You can arrange standard shipping for most products, which takes 1-4 business days. However, your order has to total over $45 to qualify for free delivery. Home Delivery is available for larger items such as appliances but doesn’t apply to items on special orders. Also, two-day and next delivery is available.

Continue reading to find out the price of Lowe’s delivery, what products Lowe’s delivers, if it does free delivery, the wait time, and more!

What Is the Price For Lowe’s Delivery?

If you choose standard delivery for shipping items, orders under $45 will include a $5.99 delivery charge. However, if you want two-day delivery for an item, it’s an extra $8.99.

Also, for next-day delivery, Lowe’s charges $19.99.

For items that aren’t eligible for standard shipping but are eligible for Lowe’s home delivery, there is a charge of $79 per order.

However, the only exception is on appliances that cost over $400, as there is no $79 fee.

Also, Lowe’s has some add-on delivery charges, including the following:

  • An extra $1 per bundle if the deliverers carry shingles to locations like the garage or second floor (no additional charge if your order is going to a job site)
  • An extra $2 per sheet if the deliverers need to carry sheetrock to job site locations

What Products Does Lowe’s Deliver?

Most products Lowe’s sells have options for delivery.

For example, products less than 150 pounds (or 70 pounds for PO box or APO/FPO addresses) that meet standard weight or cube requirements are eligible for shipping.

However, any item heavier than 150 pounds must be delivered via Lowe’s Home Delivery, such as appliances, lumber, bathroom fixtures, and oversized items.

Also, special orders on built-in appliances, flooring, blinds, and more are eligible for delivery.

Does Lowe’s Offer Free Delivery?

Does Lowe's Offer Free Delivery?

Yes, Lowe’s does offer free delivery. With that, here are some aspects you should know about the qualifications for free delivery:

  • Your order must total $45 or more before any taxes, fees, or shipping charges are added
  • Free shipping won’t apply if eligible items are canceled, resulting in an order total of less than $45
  • Free shipping applies only to items weighing less than 150 pounds (or 70 pounds for PO Box or APO/FPO addresses) that meet standard weight or cube requirements
  • Free shipping is only valid on orders shipping to a single address
  • It doesn’t apply to Special Order items (Special Order items display a future availability date and aren’t available for same-day store pickup)

How Long Do I Have To Wait For Lowe’s Delivery?

For standard shipping, items Lowe’s delivers them within 1-4 business days.

On the other hand, two-day delivery and next-day delivery options are self-explanatory. However, do note that shipping times start once the order has been processed and shipped.

For example, a back-ordered item purchased with two-day shipping may take one week to process and then two business days to reach your home.

Also, Lowe’s truck delivery can be scheduled for a chosen date, starting as early as next-day delivery. However, you have the option to change the date of delivery on the checkout page.

Additionally, Special Order items display an availability date, which is usually seven to 14 days from the order date.

Does Lowe’s Deliver Special Orders?

Yes, Lowe’s can deliver special orders. With that, Special Order items display an availability date, usually seven to 14 days from the order date.

To track your order, you can check the order status online or call Lowe’s customer services at 1-800-445-6937.

How Do I Arrange Delivery With Lowe’s?

At Lowe’s, there are a couple of ways to arrange your items for delivery, as you can do so either in-store or online.


To arrange a delivery in-store, go to a Lowe’s customer service desk.

There, you can arrange standard shipping for smaller items, Lowe’s truck delivery for appliances, lumber, bathroom fixtures, and larger items, and delivery for special orders.

Please note that if your item is only available for in-store purchase (out of stock online), you have to take it to the customer service desk or have a customer service associate take it for you.

After you’ve selected the product you want to order, a customer service associate will use the store’s computer system to determine the price. After entering your order, they’ll give you a delivery estimate.

Also, the customer service associate will take your contact information to be notified when your purchase arrives at the store.

You can also make arrangements for Lowe’s to deliver the product to you. 

When you are ready to check out, give the cashier your telephone number to look up the information and ring up your order.


After you’ve selected the products you want to order, click on the checkout page, enter your name and address details, and your delivery options will be made available to you.

You can choose standard shipping for smaller items or truck delivery for appliances, lumber, bathroom fixtures, and larger items.

On the other hand, Special Order items display an availability date, usually seven to 14 days from the order date, and in-stock items are available for store pickup, parcel shipping, or Lowe’s truck delivery.

Once you have chosen your delivery, you enter your payment details, and the process is complete.

Please note that you can track your delivery here.

If you are looking to learn more about Lowe’s delivery services, you can also see our posts on whether or not Lowe’s delivers appliances, whether Lowe’s delivers plants, and if you tip Lowe’s delivery.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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