Home improvement tips from Washington D.C.'s leading plumbing, electrical, HVAC and remodeling company

Sponsored Content What’s This?
Friday, Jun 19, 2015

Lower your Home’s Temperature and Energy Bill

Lower your Home’s Temperature and Energy Bill

With the mercury rising, opt for an attic fan to lower your home’s temperature by as much as 10 degrees and to save up to 30 percent on your energy bill

Monday, Apr 20, 2015

The Keys to Carbon Monoxide Detection

The Keys to Carbon Monoxide Detection

Follow these six simple tips to help detect carbon monoxide and stay safe at home

Thursday, Mar 12, 2015

Helping Hands: Early Retirement, Gone Wrong

Helping Hands: Early Retirement, Gone Wrong

Watch Michael & Son come to the rescue of a retired man who suffered a terrible accident

Friday, Feb 27, 2015

Tune in for the Latest Helping Hands Episode

Tune in for the Latest Helping Hands Episode

Find out how a real life guardian angel teamed up with Michael & Son to help turn a friend's life around

Friday, Jan 23, 2015

Helping Hands - Episode 2, Season 4

Helping Hands - Episode 2, Season 4

By upgrading the Caldwell's HVAC, Michael & Son were able to give the young family comfort as their daughter battles a thyroid problem

Thursday, Jan 22, 2015

Helping Hands - Episode 1, Season 4

Helping Hands - Episode 1, Season 4

Watch Michael & Son make Afghanistan and Iraq veteran Bobby Hicks' day with a special hospital visit.

Tuesday, Dec 9, 2014

Helping Hands - Episode 4, Season 3

Helping Hands - Episode 4, Season 3

By installing Home Depot supplies for the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry, the Michael & Son Cares team enabled volunteers to store fresh produce and other perishables for a community in need of healthy food.

Tuesday, Dec 9, 2014

Helping Hands - Episode 3, Season 3

Helping Hands - Episode 3, Season 3

With twin boys suffering from Miller Dykes syndrome and a heatwave on the horizon, the Moore Family were in desperate need of an HVAC system…

Tuesday, Dec 9, 2014

Helping Hands - Episode 2, Season 3

Helping Hands - Episode 2, Season 3

Severely injured in a horrific car accident, Virginia native Brandon Donaghy wasn't able to update his family's home in time for winter. That's why the Michael & Son Cares team came to the rescue.

Tuesday, Dec 9, 2014

Helping Hands - Episode 1, Season 3

Helping Hands - Episode 1, Season 3

By updating the Ford Family's electrical system, Michael & Son were able to keep them safe and not at risk of losing their homeowners insurance

About
This page is sponsored by Michael & Son, the leading full-service plumbing, electrical, HVAC and remodeling company serving the Washington D.C. area for over 30 years. Learn more about Michael & Son at MichaelandSon.com.
Top Stories
Video Shows ATV Rider Doing Stunts on Busy Maryland Street

Video Shows ATV Rider Doing Stunts on Busy Maryland Street

News4's Shomari Stone learns what police in Prince George's County are doing after seeing the video.

Police: Suspects Tried Hiding Among Students

Police: Suspects Tried Hiding Among Students

Metropolitan police said four young men, who appeared to be teenagers, robbed someone near the Metro station.

Should Trump Worry About a Third-Party Candidate?

Should Trump Worry About a Third-Party Candidate?

Just as Donald Trump is starting to make up ground in polls against Hillary Clinton, he faces a new problem: third parties. Over the holiday weekend, the threat advanced on two fronts.

Family Seeks Answers After Boarded Pet Dead; Resort Responds

Family Seeks Answers After Boarded Pet Dead; Resort Responds

Hugo, a 1-year-old Italian mastiff, was found dead on the side of the road a dozen miles from the location where he was being kept.

Appeals Court Refuses to Rehear Transgender Restroom Case

Appeals Court Refuses to Rehear Transgender Restroom Case

The sex discrimination claim was brought by Gloucester High School student Gavin Grimm, who was born female but identifies as male.

Plan to Relocate Fairfax County Homeless Shelter Raises Concerns

Plan to Relocate Fairfax County Homeless Shelter Raises Concerns

Fairfax County officials are planning to temporarily move a homeless shelter to the Alexandria section of the county -- but residents are worried the shelter will be there to stay.

See more Top Stories