Although usually made in standard sizes, these lockers can be built to nearly any size with almost any accessories. Our lockers are built with tongue and groove joints for maximum durability. Quick ship color chart is provided below. However, phenolic lockers can be made in any color or pattern from most laminate manufacturers.
From standard to custom lockers. We offer the widest selection for most any application. Largest selection of quick ship lockers and the ability to customize the sizes, ventilation, handle, latching mechanism, construction, finish, and thickness of materials.
Usually much larger than your typical lockers. These units can be made with a variety of mesh material from expanded metal to the more typical 10-gauge wire. Usually provided with a basic padlock hasp for locking, some of our units can receive built-in key locks and lever locksets.
Available in any species, with any cut and finish, our wood lockers are sure to look great in any environment. Built to WIC standards, and using plywood substrate instead of particle board, our lockers are built to withstand even the harshest environments (like football locker rooms).
We offer a complete line of accessories for your lockers. The trim, filler, top and end panels are usually provided by the locker manufacturer. Most locks can be provided on your locker door, but the type of door material and latching system will determine the specific lock you need. Most types of bench pedestals can be used to support the bench top, but the top material will determine the spacing of the supports.
We can provide every locker you need on or off campus. Whether you just want a bare bones basic locker or something custom to meet the specific needs of your school or department.
Are 5% of your locker openings fully ADA compliant?
Our complete line of lockers (as well as much of our shelving and cabinets) is available for purchase through a national purchasing contract. This allows Districts to meet their competitive bid requirements without the hassle and expense of going out to bid.
5% of locker openings need to comply with current ADAA regulations.
Any changing area requires an ADAA compliant seating area.
Compliant lockers and benches must be located within certain reach ranges and must have specific clear space in front and/or side.