There are several questions to ask yourself before purchasing lockers. Here is a checklist for you.
Know the size of the locker you want and do you want single tier, double tier, etc.
Do you have a color preference or manufacturer preference?
What is the size of the area you are putting your locker(s) into?
Do you want, metal, plastic or wood lockers?
Do you want your new or used lockers? You will pay considerably less for used
Will you be able to install your lockers or do you need someone to install them for you?
There are several different locker manufacturers to choose from. Used lockers are going to be considerably cheaper than new. Make sure the locker you want to buy has been refurbished and is in good working condition. Corridor lockers will typically be cheaper than athletic lockers. If you want to change the color of the locker you will need to have it electrostatically painted. office lockers
If you are going to use your locker where there is moisture, I would suggest a plastic locker to prevent it from rusting. You can also purchase wood lockers. Country Clubs typically use these. They will be quite a bit more expensive, but you might like the look of wood over plastic and metal. These will come in a variety of colors as does the metal and plastic. There are many places that lockers can be used including mud rooms, garages, kids rooms, basements, offices, schools, sporting venues, athletic clubs, hospitals, plants and warehouses to name a few. They can be easily installed anywhere by bolting them to a wall. You will want to secure them to make them safe.