I had a furnace replaced but the inspector didn't like the trip hazard that the existing drain line poses so he suggested a condensate pump. I like passive whenever possible, so I am leaning to cutting a slot in the floor to run the condensate live to the floor drain in another room in the basement.
But, for argument's sake, does anyone have an opinion as to which condensate pumps are the best value (high reliability/good price)? I have looked through the forum and notice that most pros like passive (gravity) because it fails infrequently and consider active as a last resort. My high efficiency furnace is already sophisticated enough so I don't like the thought of another active element that could cause problems.
Thanks in advance.