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McCoy’s Building Supply in Pharr, TX, is a full-service lumberyard and home improvement store in the Rio Grande Valley.
There are 8 McCoy’s stores throughout the RGV area. The Pharr McCoy’s store is located at 1120 West Highway 83 near Pizza Hut and Toyota of Pharr. We carry lumber in a variety of lengths and treatments, windows, doors, plumbing, electrical, farm and ranch equipment and more.
The Pharr store is led by Manager Manny Gonzalez who has nearly 30 years of experience with McCoy’s. Manny and his team are eager to help you with any questions you might have whether you’re a professional builder needing a whole house package or a do-it-yourselfer getting ready to add on a deck.
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Needing to replace your roof? Your local McCoy’s has everything you need to repair or replace your roof including roofing shingles by Owens Corning®, underlayment, roofing nails, roof flashing and tarps. Come chat with our knowledgeable staff about which supplies you need to make re-roofing your home a painless process.
A fresh coat of Glidden® paint is a great way to refresh your home. Your local McCoy’s carries interior and exterior paint in long-lasting formulas designed for durability and color retention. You can also find all the additional paint supplies you’ll need for your job like brushes, rollers, drop cloths and tape so you can pick everything up in one trip
Trim and moulding are important final touches in any room. Your local McCoy’s carries a wide variety of moulding for baseboards, windows and doors, and crown moulding that gracefully brings together your wall and ceiling. Many moulding profiles are available in longer lengths so fewer cuts and matching of profiles are needed.
Have you ever stopped to think about all the doors you could upgrade in your home? You could change up the front door to increase curb appeal. What about installing a pocket door to close off the laundry room, or adding a sliding glass door to the entrance to the deck? No matter what style of door you need, chances are you’ll find it at your local McCoy’s.