Not sure how much space you need?  Whether you’re storing a few boxes or an entire home’s worth of furniture, Sublimity Mini-Storage has more than enough room to keep your belongings safe and sound.

Available Sizes
10’ by 10’ = 100 square feet = 1 bedroom apartment
10’ by 20’ = 200 square feet = 3 bedroom apartment

Packing Small Objects
When packing, especially smaller objects, try to completely fill the boxes.   Use newspaper or towels to fill in any empty space. This will prevent boxes from caving in when stacked.

Finding Extra Space
Remember that items such as a refrigerator provide extra space for storing smaller objects.

Breaking Down Items
Break down any item possible, such as the legs of a table. This will allow you to store the table on end to save more space.

Storing Fragile Items
Use the drawers in your furniture to store fragile or breakable items. The furniture will provide a much safer place than a box. You can transfer the clothes from the drawers into a bag or box, since they are not fragile.

Protecting Furniture
When storing wood furniture, use a platform to raise it off the floor to prevent any possible water damage. It is also a good idea to treat wood surfaces with a water sealer before storing.


Storing Furniture
When storing furniture, such as chairs, try to stack if possible. If you cannot stack the furniture, use the space underneath (of a table or chairs) to keep other items.

Protecting Clothing
When storing delicate or expensive articles of clothing, use wardrobe boxes to protect and maintain the quality of the garment.

Storing Your Mattress
Always store your mattress flat on the ground and inside a protective plastic bag. This will protect it from damage and from becoming deformed.

Preventing Danger
Be sure to drain out any gasoline or other fluids from any tools or equipment that you store. This will prevent a dangerous situation and any damage to your equipment.

Labeling Your Boxes
Always try to label boxes. This will allow you to easily locate a specific item, and keep you organized.

Hazardous Materials
Please do not store any hazardous materials such as paint, stains, or other chemicals.

Find What You Need
When storing boxes of files, be sure to create aisles so you're able to get around, allowing you to locate what you need quickly and easily.