Indoor dirt, dust and debris can build up inside the air conditioner; mix this with humidity and the condensate drain can get blocked. Regular servicing should keep this clear. Condensate drains can be run into down pipes of the house; if this get blocked with leaves and debris, it can back up your condensate drain. If your water is coming from the indoor unit switch OFF immediately and contact Peninsula Air Conditioning.
Indoor Units – If your indoor unit is in the roof there will be a safety tray installed to catch any condensate that overflows, this will then drain to a small pipe coming out of the side of your house, usually just above the eve. If you see this leaking, switch OFF your system immediately and contact Peninsula Air Conditioning.
Outdoor Units – The condensate drain on the outdoor unit works when the system is on the heating mode. A drain kit may have been installed at installation. If this is not the case, it maybe possible to install a drain kit for you. Water can also come from your outdoor unit if it’s iced up. This can mean that that there is a problem with the system… generally a refrigerant gas issue. Contact PenAir for service.