By: Brian Schutt
As the weather changes over the coming months, homeowners are spending more time indoors. With less time outdoors and less circulation, that air gets trapped. Not an issue if you have clean and healthy air. But if your air quality is poor, you might be making cold and flu season even worse. Brian went on to Indy Style, along with Jack Hope from Hope Plumbing, to discuss some of the issues with the change of season.