The De-Blog

What’s an AIA and How Will Scheduling One benefit You?

  To share some of the secrets of locker making, the DeBourgh team often travels around the country presenting on the intricate process of locker construction and why it matters in the design process. This information can be especially valuable for an architect. American Institute of Architects is a membership group that provides architects with…
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How DeBourgh Mastered the Art of Customization

  Even with a wide variety of locker options and specifications, we often find customers or designers who have something different in mind, their own idea or concept. “Is this something you do?” they ask. The answer is always the same: “Let’s see what we can do!”       From Concept to Completion The…
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Choosing the Right Base for Your Lockers

From top to bottom and beyond, there’s a lot to consider about the new lockers you’re planning! Bases are yet another important element for you to consider. Most new lockers are installed on top of a base, something that sits between the locker and the floor. This is done primarily to keep harsh chemicals in…
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Determining the Lifecycle Cost of Lockers

  “Do I spend a little more for a better-quality product? Or do I go for the cheaper option and save some money, even if it means replacing it sooner?” These are the perpetual questions people ask when it comes to just about every purchase consideration that they must make, including the cost of lockers.…
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The Rising Trend of Package Delivery Lockers

ackage or parcel delivery lockers are the intelligent locker systems that allow retailers to connect more easily with buyers during the delivery process. These locker systems came about as the trend of purchasing goods online began to grow, and many of the national package delivery companies found that the last mile of the delivery chain,…
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Can Locker Hinges Mix and Match?

    You should know that your whole locker could hinge on the decision you make about your hinge. Just kidding, there’s a lot that goes into making a great locker! But it’s also true that a locker’s hinge is an important part. Here are the three main types of hinges for lockers and how…
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Locker Rule #1: Location Location Location

    Naturally, you only have so much space available in your location, and your geography will ultimately determine how large you can make your lockers. However, if you have space enough to build lockers to meet the needs of your people, here are some ways to choose just the right size for the purpose.…
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A Brief History of Hallway Locker Latching

  Locker Latching History Over the course of locker latching history, there have been three main types of latches used in hallways. Ease of use, maintenance requirements, safety, and, of course, security have all been considered when improving on these latches, and often meant a change in how the locker itself is constructed.    …
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Counterbalancing Ventilation with Security

  When it comes to your locker’s construction, ventilation and security are on two sides of a swinging pendulum. While airflow is necessary to keep lockers from getting musty or stale, strong and solid walls are what protects the locker’s structure and your users’ contents. And as we’ve mentioned before in our Framed or Formed…
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Choosing Powder Coat Paint Over Baked Enamel for Your Lockers

  Today, we are adding to the list of things you didn’t know you needed to know about choosing the perfect locker. We’re also giving you the details needed so you can make an informed decision about what will work best for you. That way when you place your locker order, you have your answer…
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