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Hyde® Hand Tools at Cherokee Building Materials

For construction customers across AR, MS, OK, and TN

Ozark Plateau builders and contractors know quality when they see it. Because performance and reliability matter, local construction professionals choose Hyde® tools for their building projects in Arkansas, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.

Cherokee Building Materials is committed to helping customers build true success with the quality construction supplies we provide. Hyde tools are available* from Cherokee Building Materials at our yards in AR, MS, OK, and TN, or can be delivered directly to your commercial or residential jobsites.

Visit a showroom or search our inventory online to learn more.

*Inventory varies by location. Call your local yard to confirm specific product availability. If we do not have in stock at your local yard, we will be glad to order it for you.

The Best Tools for Ozark Plateau Construction

Cherokee Building Materials carries a variety of Hyde tools for building pros in TN, AR, MS, OK, and beyond, including:

  • Flexible putty knives
  • Flexible pro stainless joint knives
  • Polystyrene ProShield® spray shields
  • Hammer head joint knives
  • Clipped drywall pointing knives

Buy Hyde Tools at Cherokee Building Materials in AR, MS, OK, and TN

Arkansas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, and Tennessee construction pros - learn more about Hyde hand tools or start your order now. Cherokee Building Materials is here to help.

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About Cherokee Building Materials

Cherokee Building Materials is a GMS company with yards located across Arkansas (Fort Smith, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Springdale); Oklahoma (Oklahoma City, Tulsa); Mississippi (Flowood); and Tennessee (Jackson, Memphis). Since 1975, Cherokee has offered exceptional construction products and building materials, from drywall and steel, to insulation, acoustical tiles and more.

About Hyde Tools

In 1875, Isaac P. Hyde founded Hyde Manufacturing Company, focusing on using his expert bladesmithing skills to create rugged knives and blades for professionals in the textile and tire industries. As decades past, and word spread, Hyde seized opportunities to expand his skills into other blade and tool areas. So, it came as little surprise that in 1936, when modern drywall was first introduced, this new industry would also call on Hyde. Today, the Hyde name is still renowned for the same quality craftsmanship that has made the company the standard of excellence.

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