We Moved to Australia – Our New Home in Sydney
Starting A New Life
My family – wife, and son completed our move to Frenchs Forest Sydney, Australia, but it was not without its drama. Of course, moving into a new home comes with many headaches, but it felt so long since we’ve moved, we needed a break. The Frenchs, as my wife prefers to call it, has a nostalgic charm. Quiet meandering streets and lush bush land highlight the neighborhood for family living. It also offers access to different shopping malls and an incredible line of beaches that my family didn’t take long to call Frenchs Forest our home.
But before we did, we had a rat problem. Rats and mice are some of Australia’s most disgusting pests. I will put them after roaches though. The bottom line, you don’t want to find those creatures in your house. Now, don’t get me wrong, I definitely don’t have a thing against rats. However, since they travel through sewers and polluted streets, bearing bacteria and ticks, they can potentially cause health hazards for my entire family. Apart from the filth, the first few nights in our new house were full of disturbance.
The rats had a habit of nibbling and chewing through any object they could find. One mouse chewed through the electrical wires, so we needed to call a repairman. Before unpacking completely, we needed to solve our rodent infestation problem. We owe a great deal of this solution to our new neighbors and the internet. Thankfully, we were able to look up a safe pest control company in Frenchs Forest. But that was not without its problems also.
From previous experience, I’ve known to look for a pest control company that offers efficient and sustainable treatment with proven experience. If anything, the solution must be safe around my family and property.
At first, I thought to look through reviews online to find the best out of the bunch. However, I first had to ask our new neighbors for recommendations. The first few I spoke to appeared to be fine, but one gave a red flag when he asked for payment before the job. That was a big no for me. Moving on, I spoke to another that would not offer an agreement or contract to cover the removal. That was another big red flag I was not willing to put up with. One particular pest removal company was willing to offer a contract and receive only half the money as down payment, which appeared fine. However, I couldn’t find a recent review to prove they really did what they claimed they would do. In the end, I was able to find a local pest control company that fit what I really wanted. The technician from Pro Pest Control Sydney offered effective and long lasting pest treatment, exactly what I needed. I highly recommend Adam Love and his team from Pro Pest Control Sydney, give them a call if you have a pest problem. So, I got my rat problem solved, and my wife could finally make the home into what we have always wanted.
Now to the good stuff.
French’s Forest had a lot to offer me and my family. First, I had to settle down and start my own business. As a freelance writer, I knew moving would not conflict with my job since I can work from anywhere. Thankfully, there were also lots of freelance opportunities online that I could explore. In time, I took up small contract jobs in writing for local businesses a freelance writer.
When I am not writing, I make sure to explore Frenchs Forest with my wife and son. For example, my wife and I sometimes spend our evenings walking the Flora and Fauna with Bush Turkeys and Kookaburras trotting across the roads. If not for the snakes, I am sure my wife will make me come out more. For a family fun time, we had beaches, great cafes, and lagoons my son loves so much.
Big changes to Frenchs Forest played a significant part in the reason why my family has decided to move there. So far, we have not regretted our decision. Everyone is settling in quickly and easily – so much that I think we will call this place home for a very long time to come. Now, as I write, I relax, enjoy, and spend quality time with my wife and son, who are also doing excellently well.
Until next time.