From Home Electrical Repairs to Home Theater Installation, We Do It Right The First Time
Our first priority is to provide prompt, responsive customer service in Wichita and the surrounding communities. We’ve committed ourselves to responding quickly and professionally on every job we do. It’s the first step in our effort to satisfy customers.
Electrical Project List
- New electrical installation and remodel construction
- Lighting design and installation
- Residential electrical repairs and maintenance
- Whole house surge protection
- Backup generator installation and repair
- Computer, telephone, TV, and internet wiring
- Electrical service upgrades
- Smoke detectors
- Paddle fans
- New appliance circuits
- Air conditioner and furnace circuits
- Swimming pool and hot tub wiring
- Landscape lighting
- Security lighting and control
- Underground service placement
- Overhead service replacement and re-installs
- Home automation
- HVAC control
- Computer networking
- Telephone networking
- TV networking
- Security cameras
- Fire alarm
Deluxe home theatre by Visionaire FX
Graf Electric's sister Company
- Audio systems
- Fire repairs
24/7 Emergency Electrical Service
We are prepared to handle electrical emergencies, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. We will have your home back to normal as quickly as possible. Count on it!
Our employees are knowledgeable, dependable and experienced. To help assure our quality of workmanship, we were instrumental in forming the local branch of the Independent Electrical Contractors which provides a federal and state accredited apprenticeship program. Through this program, we know our journeyman electricians have been properly trained and you know the job will be done right.
Labor, material and customer satisfaction come with every job we do. It’s the end result of our commitment to offer the finest electrical service available.
For additions, remodels, entire facilities, our experienced electrical designers can provide complete electrical systems for commercial, industrial and residential projects.
Home Electrical Safety Tips
Here are some checks you can make in your home today to ensure electrical safety…
Check to see that electrical cords are not overloaded. Additionally, extension cords should only be used on a temporary basis; they are not intended as permanent household wiring. Make sure extension cords have safety closures to help prevent young children from electric shock hazards and mouth burn injuries.
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs)
GFCIs can help prevent electrocution. They should be used in any area where water and electricity may come into contact. When a GFCI senses current leakage in an electrical circuit, it assumes a ground fault has occurred. It then interrupts power fast enough to help prevent serious injury from electrical shock. Test GFCIs according to the manufacturer's instructions monthly and after major electrical storms to make sure they are working properly.
Circuit breakers and fuses should be the correct size current rating for their circuit. If you do not know the correct size, have an electrician identify and label the size to be used. Always replace a fuse with the same size fuse.
During an electrical storm, do not use appliances (i.e., hairdryers, toasters and radios) or telephones (except in an emergency); do not take a bath or shower; keep batteries on hand for flashlights and radios in case of a power outage; and use surge protectors on electronic devices, appliances, phones, fax machines and modems.