Lock it up with style! These contemporary two tone lockers will fit into any environment. Strong, one piece uni-body design boasts a heavy gauge all steel construction so it can stand up to tough conditions in a locker room or anywhere extra, secure storage is needed. Units can be used as stand alone or can be linked together. Recessed handle with padlock provision has no protruding parts. Users provide their own padlock for maximum security. Two tone colors, available in Gray and Tan. Lockers come fully assembled.
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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.
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Not all schools have enough room to give each student an individual full-length locker. However, just because you can't fit enough single-tier lockers in the space you have, doesn't mean you have to compromise on personal space. Instead of furnishing your school with large lockers, you can use double- or triple-tier lockers. Both of these alternatives still provide personal space without taking up as much room as larger options. Giving each student their own secure storage space helps protect everyone from property damage. In addition to an appropriate anti-bullying program, proper storage can be a great preventative measure when it comes to protecting students and their property. Denver Lockers
Wow! I had no idea that you could buy abandoned storage units at auctions. I think that would be a super amazing to see all the surprises you get. My friend is collector of many items, so I think he’d love to buy an old storage unit and sell the unwanted items. It sounds like it could make him a little extra money. I’ll totally share this article with him!
I’ve definitely seen the show you’re talking about, but I honestly thought that it was just a gimmick for the show. I had no idea that these auctions actually happen, and that people could do that on their own. It does seem like it would be a good side hustle, and I have definitely been looking for something to make some extra money on the side. I’ll have to look into this a bit more closely to see how viable it would be for me. I’ll definitely keep in mind that not all units will have something super valuable in them, too. Lockers Denver Colorado
I have suffered thru that show with friends of mine. It’s totally BS. I have done the same thing by going to auctions and buying tables of estate crap. I made money from surprising items I sold on Ebay. Like a receipt and owners manual for a shotgun bought in the 50’s. Another gold mine was children’s records that I had half of Japan in a bidding war over! I came across drive belts from some out of production aquarium air pump people went nuts for. The thing is take nothing for granted and research everything! Lockers Denver Colorado
Not only do you spend huge chunks of your weekend driving all over town to attend auctions and bid on units, but the real work begins once you’ve finally outbid everyone else and win the auction (which always left me feeling queasy. I’d wonder why everyone else stopped bidding and wonder if I’d just overbid? Did the others see something I missed? The mind games were endless in this business.). Lockers Denver Colorado