You might be surprised to learn that your home's central air conditioning
has a second important function after cooling. If it's working properly, the A/C should also be dehumidifying the air in your home. Cool, moist air can feel clammy and uncomfortable, which defeats the ultimate goal of air conditioning: home comfort. The moisture that's being removed from the air has to go somewhere, and that place is the A/C's condensate collection pan and drain, which eventually connect to a home's sewer drainage system.
Unless you schedule regular professional maintenance for your cooling system, A/C condensate drain problems
can arise. Following are a few of the more common issues.
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