Condensate drain line terminated near the foundation

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One of the inspectors from Allegiance Home Inspection points out what it looks like when a condensate drain line terminates at the exterior of your home. These drain lines can produce a fairly significant amount of water. We recommend at least installing a splash block below where these terminate to help encourage the water to go away from the home.

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