Wood Locker Storage
24" Lockers $450 each
30" Lockers $500 each
(for locker room quantites, min. 4 lockers per order)
Our Storage Units provide your team with extra storage so that all of you may be prepared and ready to go. With adjustable shelves, you can create whatever configuration works best for you.
-Ready to place wood storage units are fully assembled.
-Place wood locker against wall or back to back to form rows.
-Redesign your locker room, create more open space by eliminating benches.
-Finished with a highly durable UV finish that will stand up to harsh chemical cleaning.
Available in 14" - 30" widths in two inch increments.
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Storage Units20"w x 16"d x 77"h
Available in 7 Colors
Standard Features of Storage Units
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Locker Specifications PDF
Wood Locker Installation Instructions
AllWood Lockers will arrive four to a pallet, Stretch wrap should be cut from top to bottom between the two black bands with a knife, being careful not to cut into locker. Cut straps, pull cardboard off (it is stapled into skid). Lift locker off skid onto floor. Lockers may then be moved with two wheel dolly from the back only so as not to damage finish.
Instructions, connecting bolts, wrenches, shims,master keys, and list of combinations, will be in locker # 1
Choose your starting locker location and place locker against wall- or against the back of another locker to form freestanding rows. Using a level on the side of the locker place shims between floor and locker to make sure locker is level vertically left to right. Using appropriate lag screws for your wall construction, attach locker to wall- use the two top holes provided in the locker back (located above the top shelf) and use one of the two lower holes under the seat.
Place the next locker alongside this locker and using the provided connector bolts attach to the side of the first locker. If holes do not line up between lockers use shims between locker kick plate and floor to get lockers in line with each other. Repeat with next locker. Every third locker should be attached to the wall with two top lags and one bottom lag. Use shims for lockers that are not in contact with floor, tap in with hammer and pry up with screwdriver so shim will no longer be visible.
Doors may be changed between lockers if necessary.