The Local Guys - Test and Tag Eldorado| 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. From humble beginnings in Adelaide, South Australia, The Local Guys offers safety testing services nationwide to provide all states and territories safe workplaces. 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 10+ years, we have had 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 in the area.
We have been featured in business magazine articles and on Channel 7 News.
Eldorado, or El Dorado, is a small town in the Hume region of the north-east of Victoria, Australia, in the Wangaratta LGA. At the 2016 census, Eldorado had a population of 264, down from a population of 287 at the time of the 2006 census. == History == Eldorado was named after the legend of El Dorado in 1840 by William Baker, the name he used for his run. Even though the name refers to a land abounding in gold there was no gold found in Eldorado until the 1850s when it became a thriving gold rush town. Eldorado Post Office opened on 1 August 1861.The town's population declined sharply after the area ceased to yield gold. The remains of an old gold dredge can still be seen today.