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Yes, Complete Gutter Solutions is available to assist the homeowners of Ballarat, and has been doing so for many years. We love this city, its heritage and architecture! We can provide you with gutter cleaning services as well as gutter guard installations in Ballarat and its surrounding areas. Call 1300 813 088

We are here to offer you the necessary solutions to keep your gutters free from pests and fallen leaves, and to safeguard your home against the fire hazards caused by these.


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Ballarat is a city located in the Central Highlands of Victoria, Australia. It is its commercial capital as well as its largest city. In fact, it is the third largest inland city in Australia, and the third largest city in Victoria, with a land area of 73,900 hectares. It has a population of currently over 100,000 residents.

We offer gutter guard installations and gutter cleaning in Ballarat, Victoria. Here: View from the Bell Tower, image by Ed Dunens under the CC BY-2.0 License


Talk to us about bird proofing, pest proofing,gutter guard installations, gutter cleaning in Ballarat and surroundings. Invite us to take a look at your home, conduct a free inspection on your roof and gutters and give you a free quote on installing gutter guards on your home. You will be happy you did!

About Ballarat

It is a one and a half hour drive west from Melbourne with an approximate distance of 110 kilometers. It is surrounded by vast, sweeping bushland as well as delicate wetlands, with many large reserves and state parks close by.

Interestingly, it is where the kayaking and rowing events of the 1956 Olympics were held. The name Ballarat is believed to come from two Aboriginal words put together: “balla” meaning ‘elbow’ plus “arat” meaning ‘place’.

The Victorian gold rush of the mid 1800s had turned this once small settlement into a rich and prosperous city. Evidence of this affluence can be seen in the city’s Victorian era architecture which still stands today.

Ballarat is a historical city, famous for the battle of the Eureka Stockade. Its culture and heritage are well preserved making it a very popular destination for tourists and history buffs alike.

It is bordered by vast, sweeping bushland as well as wetlands, with many reserves and state parks close by. The city of Ballarat has substantial rural, commercial and industrial areas however it is a predominantly residential area.

Its inner suburbs include Ballarat East, Newington, Sebastopol, Redan, Bakery Hill, Mount Pleasant, Golden Point, Black Hill, Brown Hill, Soldiers Hill, Eureka, Canadian. Other suburbs include Lucas, Alfredton, Magpie, Delacombe, Warrenhelp, Lake Gardens, Lake Wendoura, Wendouree, Cardigan, Miners Rest, Nerina and Bakery Hill.

Main streets include Mair Street, Sturt Street, Lydlard, Armstrong, Doveton, Drummond, Steinford, Peel, Dana, Talbot, Hill, Pleasant and Humphray Streets, amongst others.

Transport links include the Midland Highway, Western Freeway, Sunraysia Highway and Glenelg Highway. There is also a local airport and a railway line linking it to Melbourne and Ararat.

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