Hey folks, I would appreciate some advice. I live in a very humid climate. I just had two 3 ton Trane furnaces installed along with 2 Trane cooling coils. The set up in my attic is a horizontal install. When they installed the coils, one is level with the furnace and the other one is set a little higher than the furnace. My question is this: If my primary drain that runs to my piping in my house plugs up, does that mean the water is going to back up and run all over the unit and the house instead of draining onto the secondary drain pan. It appears that a proper installation is to make sure the cooling coil is set lower than everything else to prevent this. That way if it overflows it would obviously overflow to the drain pan. Does this kind of install even pass a basic inspection? I wonder if my insurance company saw how this was installed whether they would even want to ensure my house against leaks from the units. The solution, other than a total tear down and rebuild is to use the second port on the cooling coil and have that drain open to the attic. I am not so sure this would be an acceptable fix. Help!