Is that a house yesterday I had the furnaces in the attic and I’m in the condensate line outside which is good but it’s way up in there right above a window Is there any kind of requirement that it cannot be above a window or above siding because I know condensate can be corrosive
Its probably the auxiliary drain. It is in a good place .
If it starts to leak they will know it at the window.
My thought as well.
I agree you will usually see the condensate line near the ground. The emergency pan drain under the air handler is supposed to discharge in a conspicuous place. Most of the time this is over a window.
That’s a great thought I for what ever reason totally different think about the pan drain I’ll go back and look at the pictures
Yep… … …
That pipe is there to let you know there is a problem with your a/c unit in the attic.
Type of furnace?