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Located on US-90, between Dairy Queen and Johnson Feed and Western Wear, the team at McCoy’s is always ready to greet you with a smile and help you find exactly what you need to complete your job or project. If you’re running short on time
or have a large project list, you can order your materials online and our team will have them ready when you get to the store. Our yard crew will even help you load up, so you only need to unload them at the jobsite.
McCoy’s Building Supply one of the nation’s largest privately held building supply retailers, with over 2,500 employees and stores in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi and New Mexico. We’re dedicated to offering high quality materials at a competitive price. We offer several credit opportunities to our customers, from a credit card for customers working on a DIY project to large in-house credit lines for our professional homebuilders.
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The lighting in your home sets the tone for your whole house, whether you’re going for dark and moody or bright and airy. With everything from chandeliers and recessed lights to pendant lights and even outdoor security lighting, McCoy’s has many different types and styles of Hardware House® lighting so you can find exactly what you’re looking for.
Increase your home’s curb appeal when you shop McCoy’s for interior or exterior doors. We carry a variety of exterior doors ranging from secure steel doors to stylish solid wood doors. Along with standard interior door styles, McCoy’s also stocks pantry, closet and pocket doors to maximize space in your home.
When replacing your roof, you want to make sure you’re using high-quality materials that are made to last. That’s why your local McCoy’s carries Owens Corning® roofing shingles. We also stock underlayment, sealants, flashing and more, so you only have to make one stop to purchase all of the necessary materials for updating your roof.