Many people continue to work from home and many students are starting the school year with remote learning from home. How clean is air that you breathe in your home? Indoor air quality is ranked among the top concerns of environmental health experts. Think bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and pet dander, not to mention chemicals in cleaning products, building materials and pesticides. Some common indoor plants can help and in today’s video from Today’s Home Remodeler TV, host Stuart Keith and HVAC specialist Larry Hacker talk about other ways to improve a home’s indoor air quality. In Wisconsin and northern Illinois, click here to find a quality Carrier dealer near you.