Your air conditioner has a condensate drain that helps to collect and channel away moisture that your AC collects during the cooling process. But drops of water are not the only thing entering that drain. It’s also possible for small dust and dirt particles along with other debris to get trapped in the drain.
Over time, this can lead to condensate drain clogs. It’s possible that water will back up either into your air conditioner or around the surrounding walls and floor, which can be a big problem. You can keep reading to learn more about why this happens and how you can prevent it. If you do have a condensate drain clog, you can give us a call for air conditioning repair in Lawrenceville, GA.