I am trying to understand why a neighbors HVAC system pours water. Their home has poured water from a pipe under the eave of 2 story home. The water pours when the air conditioner is running.
They say that they have had 2 different air conditioning companies out, and both state that the air conditioner is fine. No other homes in the neighborhood, have this issue. The homes are anywhere from 5-9 years old.
Trying to troubleshoot in the dark,.. and I have a blonde understanding of how an AC works,... Mine appears to drain to the sewer not outside. I believe I should have a pan with a switch in it also,.. although I am not able to identify these parts on my system.
The neighbors enclosed the attic space above the garage and put that space under air.
Did they over tax the AC system? Did they not allow for proper return? Did they bypass some other drain system? Do they just have a clog?
If this continues it will cause severe foundation damage to their home, fortunately that is not my repair dollar. However the ground stays so saturated (not puddled) that the saturation has spread onto my property. I am concerned about erosion, not to mention the continuous lawn mower repairs from the hydrostatic drive lawn mower being stuck in the mud.
What problems could they be having? Any advise on how to address this situation? The issue has been pointed out to them on a number of occasions, however they are not concerned,.. it doesn't bother them in the least,.. and they don't mow their yard so their mower is not getting stuck.
Thanks for taking the time to read and trying to comprehend what I want to say