Our house has a 3/4" PVC pipe coming out the side which drains condensation from the central air conditioning. It drips at what seems like a normal rate. Taking a wild guess, I'd say a gallon per day. The water lands maybe two inches from the exterior wall.
At my dad's suggestion, I just added flexible pipes to divert the water from our gutters away from the house. He also suggested I divert this drip. His concern in both cases is potential moisture problems in the basement.
- Is this amount of water worth diverting?
- If so, I'd want a flexible hose and a clamp to attach it. So far my searches only turn up hoses for interior use. Any clues what this would be called?
I think the amount dripping is actually more like 5 gallons a day (another wild guess, but it is actually a thin little stream rather than a drip).