Residential Standby Generator

What Size Generator Do I Need for My House?

Graf Electric is a trusted residential electrician in Wichita, KS & we’re providing our expert guidance on choosing the right size generator.

A generator provides peace of mind and can be a literal lifesaver during power outages. It can power essential equipment... Read More

Residential Standby Generator

What Is a Generator? 3 Home Generator Types & How they Work

A generator powers electrical components when electricity isn't available. There are three types of generators: inverter, portable & standby.

A generator powers electrical components when there’s no access to electricity. Generators work by transforming energy from mechanical to electrical.... Read More

Electric blanket

How to Safely Use an Electric Blanket This Winter

Safely use your electric blanket this winter with these safety tips from Graf. Think you have an electrical problem? Call 316-686-2090 now.

There’s nothing better than climbing into a warm bed on a frigid Kansas winter night. During the cold weather, many... Read More

Circuit board fire

Static Electricity: How to Keep Your Electronics Safe

Learn how to keep your electronics safe from static electricity. Discover these simple tips and more. Call Graf Electric today for service.

Static electricity has proven to be a constant danger to our electronic devices. Here in Wichita, it’s especially an issue... Read More

storms ahead

Protect Your Home During Spring Thunderstorms

Discover how to protect your home during spring thunderstorms. Take these steps to protect your home during storm season. Call 316-686-2090.

Ah, springtime in Wichita…flowers are blooming, the air is getting warmer and we’re all starting to emerge from hibernation—but it’s... Read More

installing gfci outlet

What are GFCI Outlets and Why Does My Home Need Them?

Asking yourself what are GFCI outlets and why you need them? Learn more about GFCI outlets here, and request a free quote today.

A GFCI outlet is a type of outlet that can prevent electrical shocks. These are especially important, and even required,... Read More