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Here at McCoy’s, we pride ourselves on our full-service lumberyards. Each yard is stocked with a wide variety of top-grade lumber to serve not only professional builders, but weekend DIYers too. We know our customer needs vary based on where they live and the type of projects they do, so our job is to provide you with the materials you need. With all our selections and old-fashioned service, we understand that first-timers may need some guidance on how to navigate our lumberyard.
Being a “full-service” lumberyard means we are here to assist you in every step of your purchase journey with us. We'll help you find what you need to complete your project. We can help you pick each board yourself or let us fulfill your order for you. After you have purchased your materials, it is as simple as pulling into the yard and letting us load it for you. You don’t even need to get out of your vehicle if you don’t want to.
Our lumberyards are designed with you in mind. They are organized by species of wood and by their sizes. Except for our lumber “buffet” inside the store for easy grab and go (and that incredible wood smell!), we keep wood outside where it belongs: outside, in a covered area. Keeping the wood covered protects it from harsh weather while ensuring it can breathe so it doesn't warp later during a project. We have more than just 2x4s in our yard, we have a wide selection of building materials for your next project.
Our full-service lumberyard makes it easy to pick up what you need. Whether you purchase online or in-store, we offer a wide variety of products to choose from to help you complete your project. Once you are at the store, we are there to load you up so you can get on with your day. Come and experience our old-fashioned lumberyard and let us do the heavy lifting!