Residential Air Purification: Health and Safety Begins at Home
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As America continues to wrestle with how to effectively go about their lives in the new COVID-19 reality, there continues to be discussions concentrated around how to effectively social-distance and to wear a mask in public settings.

Interestingly, the area most often ignored by all these COVID discussions is how the air inside the homes of Americans is likely more unsanitary than the air found in the public spaces people are working, shopping and learning.

Ensuring proper ventilation with outside air can help reduce airborne contaminants, including viruses such as COVID-19, from a home’s indoor air. However, by itself, increasing outside air ventilation is not enough to adequately provide dependable and heightened protection.  And, most home heating and cooling systems do not mechanically bring fresh air into the home.  Opening windows and doors, or using window or attic fans (weather permitting) can all increase outdoor ventilation rates, but otherwise most home heating/cooling systems simply recirculate most of the same inside air over and over.

That may not be a big issue if you are merely trying to remove odors or pollen from your home’s indoor air.  But if you’re trying to remove viruses like COVID-19, how your heating/cooling system manages airflow becomes a very important issue if you want to keep you and your family safe and healthy.

Americans Want Clean Air – Everywhere

According to a recent survey by Business Wire, the global residential air purification market is expected to reach $13.6 billion in 2025 from $9.2 billion in 2020, at a CAGR of 8.2%.

The effectiveness of a residential air cleaner depends on how well it collects pollutants from the home’s indoor air and how much air it draws through the cleaning or filtering element.   

Residential air purifiers are usually portable units designed to filter the air in a single room or area to reduce indoor air pollution.  And when used properly, those air purifiers can help reduce airborne contaminants – including viruses.

However, by itself, those kinds of portable air cleaner are not enough to protect anyone in that home from COVID-19.

Clean Home Air Done SMART

Onsite Utility Services has put together an innovative Clean Home Air Solution that solves this problem by providing a sensible, affordable way to get safe, healthy and purified air inside any home but without any harmful byproducts (such as ozone).

Using bipolar ionization technology, the Clean Home Air Solution replicates nature’s process for cleaning the air by producing an equal amount of positive

and negative oxygen ions, which then removes odors, airborne particles, viruses, bacteria, and volatile organic compounds from a home’s indoor air.

Those ions then negatively affect the ‘DNA’ of pathogens, bacteria and viruses – including viruses like COVID-19 – and effectively destroy them, leaving clean and purified air.

Best of all, because Onsite Utility Services can leverage it’s nearly 3-decade track record of established supplier relationships, the cost of the Clean Home Air Solution has been kept low enough to be within reach of even the most frugal of homeowners.

To learn more about the residential Clean Home Air Solution, call 844.768.7227 or email

About Onsite Utility Services Capital
Since 1993, Onsite Utility Services Capital has been dedicated to unlocking the power of energy efficiency for businesses and institutions nationwide through innovative solutions that lower energy consumption, reduce energy spend, and increase profits. The company’s exceptional and experienced staff of energy experts help clients accomplish their energy efficiency objectives through their Energy Savings as a Service and Clean Air as a Service programs.  For more information, visit or call 844-768-7227.

Written by OUS

September 10, 2020

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