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Need help deciding on the best lumber for your build? Here’s all the information you’ll need on what to choose and how to work with it.
No single type of wood is perfect for every project. That's especially true when it comes to the materials you need for an outdoor build. Yet, even within this type there isn't a one-size-fits-all solution.
Though there are many imitators out there with similar names and second-rate qualities, beautiful Western Red Cedar gives you durable, versatile, and sustainable wood. Let's break down the facts...
McCoy’s Door and Millwork facilities can build the doors you need, whether it’s a single replacement entry door unit to increase curb appeal or all the interior and exterior doors for your entire home. Using state-of-the-art...
A deck can take your backyard from being a hassle to maintain and turn it into a fun retreat for hosting barbeques and family get-togethers. With an abundance of styles and colors, you can use...
We’re all aware the prices for lumber and other building materials are on the rise. In fact, futures for North American lumber trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange are up 400% from a year ago. Not surprisingly...