It happens to the best of us, we move into a home and start purchasing new things to put in it, next thing we know our house is packed to the brim with stuff. While it can be a great idea to downsize our belongings, there are many things that we just don’t want to part with. Today we will be talking about what to put in a storage unit to keep your house clutter free. At 422 Spacemall in Oaks, Pennsylvania, your items will be safely out of the way, but not out of reach.

Sporting Equipment – Some sports or hobbies we partake in often, and some not so much. If you are a pro golfer you should probably keep your clubs in your car, but if you only play a couple times a year, it wouldn’t hurt you to place your gear out of the way and in your storage unit.

Family Heirlooms – Not every heirloom fits in our home, and until the kids are out of the house and responsible enough to keep track of things, it is a great idea to place that antique mirror in storage.

Documents – Keeping your most important documents in your home is a good idea, you never know when, or how quickly, you may need them. Tax receipts from 1996, on the other hand, would be perfectly safe in a storage unit.

Out Of Season Items – Unless you plan on hanging holiday lights in July or wearing your shorts in December, it is a great space saver to place your out of season items in a storage unit.

Keepsakes – Don’t throw out your child’s precious memories, just because you are trying to keep a tidy home. Placing your keepsakes in a storage unit can be a great way to keep them safe and secure. Bonus: when you go open that box in your storage unit, it will be an amazing walk down memory lane.