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Life has changed quite a bit over the last several months and being able to shop online and use curbside pickup has become an essential way to get all the materials to keep your home or job up and running. McCoy’s now offers online ordering with in-store or curbside pickup. We can even deliver! Our buy online, pickup in store option helps you save time and you don’t even have to get out of your car! Check out these three simple steps to get started with online ordering.
Create a cart and place your order. Don’t forget to choose which store you will be ordering from to see store specific availability. Shop using your My McCoy’s account for access to project lists and previously placed online orders. You’ll need to provide your contact information (name, phone, email) so your store team can contact you if needed (ex: arranging a delivery).
You’ll receive an email from McCoy’s when your order is ready, and it will tell you where to pickup your order – either inside at customer service or outside in the lumberyard. You can pick up your order in-store at the customer service desk or curbside by giving us a call. For curbside pickup, pull up to the green and yellow sign that says Online Order Pickup, and we’ll get you loaded.
If you choose to pay in the store, one of our team members will contact you to confirm your pickup time.