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Get the most out of your gym lockers

Get the Best Looks and Functionality in your Gym Lockers

When you think about gym lockers, you probably focus on functionality rather than aesthetic appeal. This is reasonable because gym lockers need to serve a very utilitarian purpose and must be roomy and sturdy enough accommodate your needs. On the other hand, why can’t you have both looks and function?

Wooden lockers are much more attractive than the traditional metal storage lockers of the past. Modern wooden lockers make use of a variety of materials, including laminates that can be waterproof and still retain their appealing appearance. The interior of many gym lockers is made of melamine, making them extremely durable.

Functionality, of course, is the primary concern when you’re designing a locker room. It’s important to choose gym lockers that make the best use of your space and have the necessary accoutrements to accommodate the equipment they’ll hold. Choosing the right gym locker requires deciding whether you want freestanding lockers or wall lockers, full-length lockers or stacked lockers, and so on. It also involves deciding whether you need shelves or hooks and how many. Another consideration is the open or closed nature of the lockers. While private lockers will be smaller, team lockers are a popular option as well, with big open spaces and even optional room for cushioned seating.

When you’re ready to build or upgrade your locker room, you’ll have a number of decisions to make regarding the look, style, and design of your gym lockers. Fortunately, you don’t have to do it alone. The experts at Legacy Lockers can help, using the over 65 years of woodworking experience that’s made Legacy America’s top creator of customized lockers. To learn more, fill out the form below or call (866) 291-3395.   

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fitness centers, health clubs, and team athletic facilities. Call today: 866-937-1088 or 214-466-1700