How Your Gym Locker Looks Can Affect Your Bottom Line
The humble gym locker rarely gets the respect it deserves. It’s not a flashy piece of workout equipment, doesn’t come with a sound system or lure you in with bright colors and high technology – it’s just there, day after day, sturdy and dependable, doing what you need it to do. You might say a gym locker is to the gym what a loafer is to your shoe collection. On the other hand, even a loafer can pull in a customer. Similarly, your gym lockers may be the very things to push your facility over the top and make a customer choose it over the competition.
- Good looking gym lockers can make customers take notice. Wood lockers are attractive as well as functional and give an air of quality to your gym. Choose a style of gym locker with features like custom door styles or molding, and your facility will instantly acquire an upscale aura. You’ll also want to look for lockers that are available in a variety of configurations and sizes to make the most of your available space.
- Customers who feel comfortable leaving their things behind when they work out are customers who’ll make the best use of your facility. Most customers do not want to simply toss their personal items into a clunky storage locker. A simple but useful design, perhaps with a hook and a couple of locker shelves, can make all the difference for those who are concerned with the protection of their personal items while they exercise.
- The right storage lockers can prevent theft and make your facility more secure. Locking mechanisms must be well-constructed, durable and made to last throughout the life of the gym locker. The padlock hasp has long been the standard for fitness facilities, but it’s also good to have options, and Legacy Lockers offers the widest variety of locking options in the industry.
When it’s time for you to choose the type of gym locker to use at your gym, consider Legacy Lockers. With over 6 decades in woodworking, Legacy Lockers delivers not only a superior product, but also the knowledge and experience to help you make the right decisions about your options, design and installation. For more information on wooden or laminate lockers for your facility, call Legacy Lockers at (866) 291-3395.