Thank you for visiting Bradleys’ Electric Motor Solutions. For over 80 years, our company has focused on keeping your motor running at optimum performance.

We are recognized internationally as an industry leader in electric motor repair, rewinding and load testing; employing a staff of over 100 dedicated professionals whose expertise is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


why choose us?

Bradleys offers quality electric motor repair and testing for small to ultra large motors at value-added rates, with quick turnaround to minimize downtime.

We have provided electric motor rewinding, repair and testing on some of the largest motors in the world, both on and offshore, for over 80 years. Located in Gregory, TX, our state of the art facility is the largest, newest production shop of its kind in South Texas.


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In Memorium

Jesse Williams
1980 –2014

Jesse Williams, age 34, beloved husband and father, passed away on December 29, 2014. He is survived by his adored wife, April, and his cherished daughters, Hailey and Hazel Williams. Jesse often remarked that his wife and daughters were his “entire” life.

He was the Disassembly Supervisor for Bradleys, Inc., and cousin to Jim Williams, Jr., President of the company. Jesse was a leader and valued member of the Bradleys team, holding various positions since he joined the company in 2002.

Jesse was always smiling and joking with his family, friends and co-workers. He had the unique ability to light up a room with his sunny personality. He happily participated in any cooking event held at the company and was an integral member of Bradleys “Smoking Motors BBQ Team”. He also enjoyed playing golf with his dad.

Jesse Williams was a light in our world, and he will be sorely missed by many. Rest in peace, dear friend.


It is with sadness and regret that I announce the passing of V. A. Bradley Jr., on December 18, 2014. Vaughan (Dick) to his friends, was born in 1925 and sold company services door to door for the company his father, uncle and grandfather founded in 1930. Through the later years of the Great Depression, Dick Bradley went from household to household to ask if there were any appliances that needed repair. The men would fix anything.

While serving in the Navy in World War II, Dick Bradley built toasters by wrapping wire he horse traded from the electricians around plaster he horse traded from the infirmary used for making casts. The homemade toasters became valuable for other bartering deals.

After the war Dick returned to the company, to eventually buy it from his father and uncle during the 1950s. Despite having a 7th grade education, Mr. B (as my Dad and I called him) built a platform for Bradleys that exists today. His vision to lead the electric motor repair industry was instilled in me as a young teenager. Mr. B taught my dad Jim Williams Sr., and eventually, me, the meaning of integrity, quality and the simple rules for running a respectable business. My dear friend, Dick Bradley, will be sorely missed.

Jim Williams, Jr.