There are leaders, and then there's everyone else. At Willis Electric we take immense pride in driving the industry standards forward, focusing on efficiency, quality, and safety.
No one ever complained about hiring the best.
Owner of Willis Electric, Inc., William Willis, C 10 Electrical Contractor (General), already had 25 years of experience working with electric motors when he opened Willis Electric back in 1987. Now William has over 50 years experience in the field and continues to take great pride in providing customers with the best service, products, repair, maintenance and electric motor troubleshooting in the industry. William's high standards and experience is what makes Willis Electric, Inc. the premier electric motor shop it always has been and still is today.
When you have a serious project that needs to be done, look no further than Willis Electric, America's leader in electric motor repair, sales, maintenance and rebuilds. We innovate. We deliver. We get the job done.
Our standards are high. So high in fact, we're in a league of our own, moving our entire industry forward. Willis Electric has become synonymous with the highest quality service, repairs and sales.
No one ever complained about having their work executed perfectly.
It's old fashioned now, but we do what we say we're going to do. Plain and simple. Our word is bond, and that applies to our deadlines, as well.
No one ever complained that we had too much integrity.
When you're dealing with a million moving pieces, your tools can be the difference between moving forward and spinning your wheels. At Willis Electric we're continually finding the best new technology.
No one ever complained it was too easy.
Honesty, commitment and quality
ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIRS, SALES AND SERVICE
(661) 324-2781 office
(661) 324-1605 fax
4465 Buck Owens Blvd., Bakersfield, CA 93308
P (661) 324-2781 F (661) 324-1605
motor lingo: Corrosion. Corrosion is electrochemical in nature. Common steel will corrode and form rust when it is exposed to moisture. Other metals will corrode in varying degrees upon contact with dissimilar metals under conditions that encourage such disintegration.
-EASA Technical Manual