If you have problems with your HVAC, it could be because of any one of a host of problems. A common problem for an HVAC to stop working is a simply a clogged drain line. If your drain line is backed up, it can trigger a sensor that turns off the HVAC system until the line is cleared.
Your HVAC drain line’s purpose is to remove condensation that develops with the unit’s evaporator coils. The HVAC drain line moves moisture down and out of the house. You can see the moisture on the outside of your home.
The drain line is the small, narrow pipe that has a slow drip of water trickling from it when the AC unit is on or has recently been on. From time to time, the drain line can get clogged.
Yes, cleaning a drain line regularly can help your equipment run more efficiently and prevent any problems with your HVAC system.
A buildup of dirt or algae that collect at the indoor coil can clog an air conditioner drain lines. The water has to go somewhere if the drain line is clogged. If there is a blockage, you may see a back-up of water in the drain pan. This can result in severe water damage to your home.
There are two suggestions to clean out your HVAC drain line:
Here are instructions on the DIY method:
It is highly recommended to hire an experienced HVAC Company to take care of cleaning out your AC Drain Line or fix any possible problems.
Here are two methods to clean out your air conditioning drain line. Start with the second method if the clog is severe.
If you have any problems with your HVAC system or a clogged drain line, call Trust Heating & Air at 678-926-9676?
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