Heavy rain causes drop pipe to become blocked up with the A/C

The people I was with and I got a great deal of rain this past week and the river rose a great deal.

It actually became so high that the road to the city flooded out.

Thankfully the people I was with and I had enough groceries to last us for awhile. The people I was with and I kept expecting to lose power however the people I was with and I never actually did. So the refrigerator kept working and so did the a/c device. With all of the humidity outside the people I was with and I were absolutely grateful for the a/c. It would have been aggravating to stay inside all day, with the household closed up, and no a/c. Thankfully, the people I was with and I didn’t have to do that. Instead, the people I was with and I got a week of rest in a nice cool household. Yesterday they got the road opened back up and my fiance and I were finally able to go to our jobs. It seemed like the worst was behind us, however, when I got back to my household from my workplace, I noticed a substantial complication: our a/c wasn’t working. It would not turn on at all no matter what I did with the temperature control. That is when I reached out to our local Heating and A/C device company to come out and take a look. They arrived a few hours later and were able to find that our drip pipe was jammed up. Apparently our a/c device had removed so much water from the air that the drip pipe simply couldn’t handle it any longer. Rather than flood the household, most current a/c devices simply turn themselves off when the drip pipe is backed up. So the a/c device specialists unclogged the pipe and now our a/c device is working very well again!

Air conditioning workman