SteelChief’s bin lockers are a smart way to hide your wheelie bins. With solid steel construction and an array of stylish colours to choose from, our wheelie bin sheds will withstand the harshest conditions Australia has to throw at them, and look good while doing so.
Bin Lockers That Are Durable and Easy to Access
SteelChief’s garbage bin enclosures come with both individual hinged front doors and individual hinged roof access lids. No need to swing large, cumbersome doors or lift the entire roof just to access one bin.
The enclosures also integrate a unique flat rail design at the front base. This means you can roll your wheelie bins in and out easily, without them getting stuck on the rail.
Like all our products, SteelChief’s bin lockers are built to last. They integrate a solid steel frame to take the knocks. We design and manufacture our bin lockers right here in Australia, and deliver them direct from the factory.
Sizing Options and Pricing for SteelChief Bin Lockers
|810mm wide, 810mm deep, 1270mm high
|1580mm wide, 810mm deep, 1270mm high
|2350mm wide, 810mm deep, 1270mm high
|3120mm wide, 810mm deep, 1270mm high
1800mm high bin lockers:
Alternatively, you can go with 1800mm high bin lockers. For this option, the price is the same as the above chart, but the bin lockers don’t have hinged roofs (meaning the roof doesn’t open, only the doors at the front).
- Lockable lids
- Double doors (for the 1580mm or greater lockers only)
- Sliding doors (only possible if the flooring is solid, meaning concrete or pavers, not gravel or dirt)
- Second shelf (for the 1800mm high bin lockers only)
DIY Wheelie Bin Lockers
We supply our bin lockers direct from the factory as pre-assembled panels, allowing for easy installation. All you need is a cordless drill. Don’t waste your time with inferior sheds-in-a-box. Do it right with quality Australian workmanship delivered straight to your door.
- Attach sides to back as per standard construction.
- Slot sides into large channel on back of steel frame, then tek screw about 10mm from free (not frame) edge of channel to secure in place.
- Square up sides by getting the diagonals equal.
- Attach roof bars to back wall after slotting (but not screwing in place) onto the nibs on the back of the steel frame (not for 810mm wide version)
- Ensure the back wall is not bowed by measuring sides (should be about 805mm) and checking the distance from the back wall to the front is the same at each roof bar, then screwing them in place when they are. Sighting along the back wall will allow you to remove any bowing.
- Sit the roof on top of the shed and ensure that the overlap at each side is equal, then screw the hinges in place. There should be one hole for each hinge already drilled.
- Double check the latches on the front are caught by the catches. They should line up if everything is square and the roofs are in the right place.
- Ensure the doors open and close freely. You may need to add shims below a front corner to get them to sit properly.
Generally, you’ll want to ensure the site is flat and level. When that’s not possible, you’ll need to hang the door so the gap is on the opposite side of the hinge. Use anchors for solid flooring such as concrete or pavers. Use pickets for gravel or dirt.
Anyone can assemble a SteelChief bin locker. However, if you’d like to leave it to the pros, we’ve got you covered. We provide a range of services, including site preparation, concreting, and installation. Don’t hesitate to contact us for advice or a quote.