Why should I Check Air conditioner water drain?

If the condensate lines or drain of your air conditioner become blocked or develops leaks, the result could be water spilling out around your unit, which can cause safety hazards and/or water damage.

When an air conditioner cools the temperature of the air, water condenses out of the air. Most central air conditioning units have a condensate drain to collect this water. This is typically located
on the side of the inside fan unit.

This condensation system and drain should be inspected to make sure there are no obstructions and that the hoses all fit properly.

Benefits of checking central air conditioners.

The benefits of this task are relatively high. Doing this task can help prevent serious damage from water leaking in your home, especially if your air handler is located in the attic.

How much does checking central air conditioners cost?

The cost of this task is very low. It is estimated that this task should only take about 10 minutes to complete, and the task is relatively easy to do. No specialized tools are required.