The Local Guys - Test and Tag Adelaide | Electrical Test and Tag
The Local Guys - Test and Tag are the experts in Appliance Test and Tagging! We have Test and Tag Franchises Australia Wide.
The Local Guys – Test & Tag was founded by a family in 2019. The Local Guys began in Adelaide, South Australia and now offer safety testing services across the country to ensure safe workplaces for all states and territories. We have worked with various industries, from mining and construction to offices, schools, and hospitality businesses. We do it all!
Our technicians go above and beyond to ensure all of our work is carried out by the Australian standards as per AS/NZ 3760:2010 regulations. We are committed to providing the highest quality customer service, safety testing services and convenience to all of our clients. Our simple start-to finish process is designed to give you peace of mind.
The Local Guys - Test & Tag team have been in the test and tag industry for over a decade. Over the past 10+ years we have achieved many successes including:
Two business awards have been nominated to us for Excellence in Business.
Since our business began, it has grown by 100% every year.
We have a large clientele that is loyal and repeats business.
We have a good relationship with our suppliers and can therefore access equipment and materials for favourable prices.
Our brand is well known, trusted and respected throughout the area.
We have been featured in business magazine articles and on Channel 7 News.
Williamstown is a small South Australian town on the southern fringe of the Barossa Valley wine-growing region. It is 51 km north east of Adelaide and 16 km south-east of Gawler. Williamstown was originally known as Victoria Creek. The township was laid out in 1858 by Lewis Johnston, or Johnstone, on land he purchased in 1857, and named for his son.Williamstown has an elevation of 310 m and an average rainfall of 680 mm. It has a summer average temperature of 31 °C with temperatures often reaching the mid 40s, and a winter average temperature of 15 °C, with nights dropping below freezing, which makes the region excellent for the cultivation of fruits, especially grapes in the lower riverine alluvial deposits.