I'm a newbie with this stuff, but here's my situation: I have two HVAC units in my home. One sits on top of the patio and one sits on the ground. Both of them are draining condensation from the PVC pipes.
It's been pretty humid so I understand why there's condensation drip from the PVC pipes - but I am not sure if the set up is correct in the first place.
Both of the HVAC units seem to have 2 PVC pipes each coming out from the wall of the house, but all 4 of them are open. The main unit has one that faces outwards and one that has an L-joint that faces down, and the secondary unit has two with L-joints that face down. Only one on each of them are currently draining.
The main unit is draining onto the ground, but puddling as it's a lot of water, and I am concerned about it damaging the foundation over time if that's even a concern. The secondary unit is draining over the patio and just making a trail until it goes to the grass, it's pretty ugly and ideally it would drain somewhere cleanly.
Is this set up even OK as is? I took a look at the drip pans inside the house and both are empty so I think it is fine, is this correct?