The Local Guys - Test and Tag Brisbane | 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 dedicated to providing the highest level of customer services, safety testing services, transparency and convenience for all of our customers, with a simple start-to-finish process designed to give you complete peace of mind!
Local Guys - Tag & Test team has been in the tag and test industry for more than a decade. Over the 10+ years, we have had many successes, including:
We have been nominated for two business awards for Excellence of Business.
Our business has grown 100% year on year since starting.
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 in the area.
We have been featured in business magazine articles and on Channel 7 News.
Redland Bay is a coastal semi-rural locality in the City of Redland, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Redland Bay had a population of 14,958 people.Since the first European settlers arrived in the mid-19th century, Redland Bay has remained a farming and fishing-based area until the mid-20th century when some of the farms were subdivided and improved transport infrastructure made it possible for residents to commute the 35 kilometers into Brisbane. == Geography == Redland Bay is at the southern end of Redland City, 35 kilometres (22 mi) south-east of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland.The locality is named for the bay to its east (27.6006°S 153.31245°E / -27.6006; 153.31245 (Redland Bay (bay))), which forms part of larger Moreton Bay.The redness of the soil derives from iron oxides present in lava from a volcano that erupted (millions of years ago) in northern New South Wales, some 100 kilometres to the south.The locality is a port for vessels plying the bay islands. These islands include Russell Island, Macleay Island, Karragarra Island, Lamb Island and North Stradbroke Island, home to several thousand residents.The Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road enters from the south-west and runs north as Serpentine creek Road to the centre, where it becomes Cleveland-Redland Bay Road. == History == The Aboriginal name for the Redland Bay region is Talwalpin after the cottonwood tree which was widespread in the area.