Question: What is a Rage Room?

A: A place where you can destroy, destruct, and demolish a variety of items ranging from glassware to bookcases. It is a facility that allows you to let loose in a new way that can relieve stress, anxiety, frustration, or even just for fun! 

Question: How much does it cost?

A: Click Here for Our Pricing Menu. It can range from $39.95-$129.95 for individual packages and Private Group Events start at $359.95.

Question: When are you open?

A: Hours:
We are Open Weds-Sun by Appointment Only. Click HERE to view our daily availability.

We book by appointment to ensure your desired time is available.

Question: Is there music availability during my Break Sessions?

A: We do not provide music, but there is an integrated Bluetooth speaker system in each room for your use. You are welcome to connect your phone to it.

Question: Is it safe?

A: We do our best to make sure you and your friends are safe. You will be provided with a safe controlled environment to utilize. Safety gear is also provided for your use. Items such as hard hats, ear protection, face shields, safety googles, and cut-resistant gloves,. We REQUIRE closed-toed shoes, long sleeve shirts, and long pants. Keep in mind, even with the required protective gear injury can and may occur.

Question: Can other people be in the room with me?

A: Yes, we can accommodate 2-4 people total in each room. It is highly encouraged! It is always more fun with friends.

Question: How old do you have to be?

A: You must be 18 yr or older to participate in our Smash Sessions without supervision. Children 13-17 years old must be accompanied by a legal parent or guardian to participate in the Break Sessions.

Question: Do You Accept Walk-ins?

A: Currently we are operating on an Appointment Only basis. We will be expanding into Walk-In Hours in the future!

Question: What should I wear?

A: We REQUIRE closed-toed shoes, long sleeves, and long pants.

Question: Will I need to bring identification?

A: Please have identification with you for review, if needed. Parents or Guardians are to verify age on our waiver if the participant is under 18 years old.

Question: Can I bring my own stuff to smash?

A: Absolutely! We offer a “BYOBaggage Package” that allows you to bring in your own plastic tote/bin of items to smash. All items are required to be inspected and approved by a staff member. No hazardous materials, liquids, flammables, ammunition, weapons, firearms, food items, or anything deemed to be toxic or unsafe. Your safety is our top priority!

Question: Can I bring my own camera to take photos or video?

A: Yes, please do! We highly encourage you take photos and video in the rooms. However, The Relief Room is not responsible for any damaged personal items.

Question: What is your Cancellation Policy?

A: We have a NO FEE Cancellation up to 1 hour before your scheduled time. For Cancellations with less than 1 hr notice or in the event of a No-Show, a 100% fee of your scheduled appointment will apply. If you are late more than 15 minutes, your time slot may be given away, and a No-Show Fee will be charged.

Question: Can I donate my junk?

A: Donations are always encouraged and contributions are integral to the services we provide. Our facility regularly accepts donations on Saturdays between 12pm-7pm. If you are looking for more infomation how what type of items we can accept, check out our DONATIONS page.

Question: Can I be under the influence of drugs and alcohol?

A: We do not allow participation under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This is strictly for your safety and for those who may be in your group. If you are visibly intoxicated or under the influence, you will be denied access and a cancellation fee will be processed.

Question: I’m pregnant, can I participate?

A: Unfortunately, due to the nature of this activity, pregnant women cannot participate for the safety of the parent and child.

Question: What happens to all the smashed stuff?

A: We work with local eWaste facilities, waste managment teams, and our staff work diligently to salvage as much raw material to recycle it back into society. Things like plastic, metals, circuit boards, and cords get routed accordingly.

Some un-recyclable materials may even get recreated into artwork!