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Searching for a full-service lumberyard in Tyler? We can help! Your Tyler McCoy’s Building Supply located at 1000 S Southwest Loop 323 near South Bennet Avenue is the complete package when it comes to your building material needs. We carry lumber
in a variety of treatments and lengths along with plumbing, electrical, windows, doors and farm and ranch supplies.
Whether you are a professional builder or simply doing a few DIY projects around the house, your Tyler McCoy’s is the place to go for quality building materials. Plus, our yard crew can help load up your purchases and get you back to the job site faster!
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Whether you raise cattle, goats, horses or chickens, your local McCoy’s can be your one-stop shop for your farm and ranch needs. With durable Stay-Tuff fencing and Tuf-Mac gates, your herd will stay secure in their enclosures. We also have Priefert® cattle chutes, calf tables, corral panels and more available in store and through Special Order to help make caring for your herd easier on you and your livestock.
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 Owen’s 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.
Your local Tyler McCoy’s carries a selection of vinyl and aluminum windows that will make shopping for replacement windows a breeze. Both types of windows combine energy efficiency with stylish beauty that will enhance the look of your home. McCoy’s has windows from Krestmark®, Atrium® and Pella® so you can make sure that replacing your windows fits easily into your budget.