Question about Heating & Cooling
I live in a two story townhouse with an attic and there is a pipe that sticks out from the vinyl siding in between the height of the second floor and the attic that I believe is a draining pipe for codensation for the a/c. Today I noticed that the pipe is leaking excessively. It is hot (90+) and humid here today and the a/c is running almost constantly, but it has been 90+ degrees every day for the past two weeks. Should I be concerned or can excessive drainage be relatively normal every once in awhile.
That water is the humidity that is being removed from your house.It is a sign that your system is working properly.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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