The Lyon Nano Roller latching system is standard on single tier metal school lockers. The patent pending latching system utilizes nano metal roller technology. It provides increased protection against break-ins on Lyon lockers. A locker comes with either a recessed lift handle or a pull handle. This depends on which tier of steel locker you get. Both handle types have a padlock hasp.
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Lyon Ready To Assemble Steel Lockers are solidly constructed for long lasting durability. Lyon storage lockers include a padlockable hasp (lock sold separately) within the recessed handle to provide a catch-free surface. Single Tier Steel Lockers are practical and widely used as school lockers. Two Person Lockers feature 2 compartments for each occupant. Four, Five and Six Tier Box Lockers are used for the storage of high density or individual belongings and supplies. Lyon recommends anchoring steel lockers to floor and/or wall for safety. Single or double prong coat hooks available with some models. Available types are One to Six Tier, Four Person Wall, Two Person, and 16 Person Lockers. Color finishes are Gray and Putty. Includes Lifetime Limited Warranty. Dimensions vary per model. Lockers Denver Colorado
Heavy duty steel lockers feature 3 coat hooks per compartment and a coat rod for hanging storage. These school lockers offer a generous top shelf, secure 3-point locking system and door stiffeners. Locker doors are louvered for ventilation. Office storage lockers include rubber bumpers, door stiffeners and locking channels cushioned with rugged polymer materials to help provide quiet operation. Metal storage lockers have a low friction latching mechanism for smooth opening. Recessed locker handles offer a smooth design that is safer and more secure than protruding handles. Legs provide clearance from moisture and easy cleaning underneath. Steel lockers are available in Gray or Sand finish.
Pictures capture moments and memories that you may have a hard time recalling as you grow older. In any event if I was to fall on hard times and not be able to pay my storage bill and my precious photos were sold off to some one i know I would pay the buyer whatever it took to get them back! Buying and selling storage units alone may put some money in your pockets – true -but the real side hustle is the profit you can make off of the priceless items that cannot be replaced like your baby photos and videos of your babies first steps or their first words or first Christmas even —- I’m sure with in all of that stuff in the unit, there has to be an envelope with the owners name and address on it . All you would need to do then was google the contact info . And send the past owner an email with a couple pics you rounded up in the unit and tell them what you paid and if they wanted to recover any of their precious belongings they would need to pay them according to the way u made out after the transaction was complete, so if u paid $100 for the unit and you sold enough misc. items out of it to make $50 cash back , then I would tell them $50 for the priceless items and photos . So you will at least come out even. Who knows maybe there is a wedding dress worth $1000 in there —— I’d probably sell that right off — but no matter what I’d definately make something off of the priceless sentimental stuff ——because if It were me I don’t care what I’d have to pay to get back my precious photos and videos and stuff I would go get a loan if need be. People can make a lot of money on the things that they were gonna end up chunking in the trash pile. Only have to google for a few minutes and put in very little effort and get that contact info you need and get paid.
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Hey @disqus_KS8tja0YDr:disqus – it’s pretty obvious what lockers came from homes/families, and what lockers were from garages, or businesses. If for some reason I ever got back into this, I’d avoid anything that obviously belonged to a family and focus on the units that were full of tools, camping gear, sports equipment, etc. There would be less of an emotional ride with those lockers, but those are also the units that can go for the most money.
In my experience, most facilities give you 48 hours to have the unit cleared out and left in a “broom clean” condition (i.e. swept out). If you don’t get your stuff out, of if you choose to cherry pick a few items and leave the rest, then the facility can reclaim the locker and it would most likely be auctioned off again. You’d also most likely be banned from participating in future auctions held at that facility, or run by the auction house you dealt with. Lockers Denver Colorado