June 24, 2014
In many schools, students’ lockers are the piece of equipment that generate the most wear and tear throughout the year. Whether they are used to house backpacks and notebooks or gym clothes and sports equipment, students frequent their lockers several times a day, putting them to work. By the end of the year, you might notice that the locks begin to get rusty and the colors start to fade, or maybe the doors seems to be cutting lose from their hinges. This summer, it’s a good idea to repair any run down lockers to spice up your school’s appearance for next fall. Here at Nickerson, we’ll make it easy for you to do so! The following is a list of ways that we can help repair your school’s lockers:
Replacement: Just because part of your lockers appear damaged doesn’t mean you need to install new ones. In fact, many of the individual components of a locker can be replaced for a fraction of what it would cost to install a completely new section. At Nickerson, we can help by replacing locker doors, frames, shelves, number tags, locker handles and more!
Refurbishment: Even if it seems like your lockers are in good shape, consider brightening their appearance with a fresh coat of paint. To freshen up your hallways, we use Insl-X-Electrostatic Paint on both the outside and inside of lockers, leaving the impression that you’ve had new ones installed.
Conversion: Do you feel like your lockers just don’t meet the needs of your students anymore? Maybe students need more shelf space or maybe your current locks just aren’t doing their job. Here at Nickerson, we can convert your current lockers into new, state of the art lockers. Configuration options include built in combination locks, perforated doors, heavy duty end panels, updated locker bases and more.
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What will you change about your school this summer to benefit your students next fall? Transform your school with Nickerson, contact us at (631) 666-0200 to learn more, and don’t forget to visit us on our Facebook page and let us know which renovation project you plan to take on!