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Your Odessa McCoy’s Building Supply, located on West 42nd Street, carries building supply materials for professional homebuilders, repair/remodelers, farmers, ranchers and do-it-yourselfers. McCoy’s also has a full-service, drive-thru lumberyard with a dedicated yard crew that will load you up.
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Take a stroll down the lighting at your Odessa McCoy’s and you might be surprised by what you find! A beautiful selection of pendant lights, wall sconces, chandeliers and ceiling fans with lights from Hardware House® and Hunter Fans®. Plus, McCoy’s also carries many of the wiring components for those lights along with the right lightbulbs to give your room the perfect glow.
Ready to easily update the look of your home? With some patience, determination and the right paint formula, you can easily re-paint a room in less than a week. McCoy’s can’t supply your determination but we do carry high quality interior Glidden® paint and primer. We also carry a variety of exterior house paint if you’re ready to update the outside of your home, too.
Your local Odessa McCoy’s carries a selection of in-stock wooden and steel doors with even more exterior door choices available through special order. McCoy’s in Odessa also carries rustic barn doors along with pocket doors and closet doors for your home. Plus, we carry screen doors that will let the breeze in but keep the bugs out.
Faced with replacing your roof? Turn your roof replacement into a curb appeal opportunity by shopping your local McCoy’s for high-quality shingles from Owens Corning® in a variety of colors. Architectural roofing shingles can add depth and dimension to the look of your home. Plus, McCoy’s carries starter strips, hip roofing shingles, vents and underlayment to help with all parts of your project.
Whether you’re replacing a worn out deck or building one from the ground up, starting with the right lumber is key to your project’s success. McCoy’s carries high quality, pressure treated lumber that has been treated with an environmentally preferred MCA preservative (Micronized Copper Azole). That means you can find exactly the right treated lumber for your project so it will properly hold up to the elements for years to come.