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Frequently Asked Questions

Do Lockers Come In Standard Sizes?

Yes, lockers come in many standard sizes to fit a wide range of applications. You can also get non-standard and custom sizes to fit your needs. Typically, sticking with a standard size will offer you the best price and delivery.  All manufacturers offer standard size lockers in set increments between the smallest and largest sizes.  The following is a quick chart of common size ranges available.  *All dimensions are in inches.

Width Depth Height
9 to 24 12 to 24 30 to 72


Do you offer locker assembly and installation?

Yes, we offer both assembly and professional on-site locker installation. Assembling and installing lockers on your own or with an inexperienced service crew can be frustrating and costly. We install thousands of lockers each year and know how to do it right. We will complete your installation on time, in budget and with high quality professional results.

I don’t know what size to choose. Are there some things to consider first?

You should choose the size that fits your requirements based on the intended use and the available space. For example, if you will need to store football equipment you may want to consider a 24”x24” stadium type locker because the size of the equipment. On the other hand if you just need a place for your employees to lock valuables during their shift a small 9”x12” multi- tiered locker may be the best choice. You should also consider the space you have available. Say you need lockers to fit an existing space, if you measure along the walls where you want to put lockers, then take the distance in inches and divide it by the locker width you’re considering you can get an estimate on how many lockers will fit in that space for a given width.


What colors can I choose for my lockers?

All manufacturers offer standard colors to choose from. Each manufacturer’s selection is slightly different in both the number of colors and the color pallet. The number of standard colors you can select from range from 5 to 25+ depending on the manufacturer. The cost of the locker usually includes your choice of a single standard color with two tone paint and custom colors available for an additional charge. See an example of some typical colors available below.

Example Locker Color Chart -

Should I put metal lockers in my pool locker rooms?

Care should be taken when considering metal lockers in a wet environment such as a pool, spa or beach area. Metal lockers are typically supplied with baked enamel or powdered coated surface finish to protect the metal. However, this coating is not a rust protection and as the surface finish wears or becomes scratched and the bare steel becomes exposed it will rust. When exposed to pool chemicals or salt from ocean water, standard metal lockers can develop rust in as little as a few months. For an added level of protection, manufacturers offer a galvanized under coat to provide a second layer of protection. This added layer of protection will delay the onset of oxidation but it will not eliminate the problem in the long term. For more corrosion resistance, consider plastic or phenolic lockers because these materials will not rust.

What Is LEED Certification:

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a green building certification system built with the aim of improving the following areas: energy savings, water efficiency, improved indoor air quality, reduce CO2 emissions, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts. 

The LEED certification system was developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and provides third party verification that the design and construction of a community or building incorporates green building strategies.  The LEED system recognized internationally and provides building owners and operators a framework for implementing green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions. 

Individual products and materials are not certified, however, using properly selected products does contribute toward the LEED certification of the entire project. For example, choosing products that are created using post consumer materials, products coated with low or no volatile organic compounds (VOC) coatings and products made using energy efficient processes all have a positive impact on the LEED certification.    For more information on LEED please visit

We offer many lockers for use in LEED certified construction and renovation products. From powder coated metal lockers containing no VOC’s to lockers made with 100% recycled materials.