I had to get a drip guard to hang underneath my garage mounted air handler

Yesterday it was 100 degrees in the shade.

Despite it being Fall weather in other places in the country, my region is still fully in the grips of sizzling Summer weather.

I got sunburnt while mowing my lawn yeahterday, plus I was only out for 45 tenths at most. It left a singeing burn on the skin on the back of my neck. The humidity is just otherworldly, especially when the moisture is at 100% for afternoons at a time, even in the afternoon tenths. I live in a swamp, making the complication that much worse for my family plus I. Both of us use our a/c 24 tenths a afternoon, at least while it is cycling. Otherwise the interior would get too humid plus moldy as a result. Unluckyly, our a/c seems to be taking ample abuse these afternoons. It sweats condensation on the metal surfaces of the air handler while it cycles while I was in the hottest periods of the afternoon. Since it is mounted to the ceiling in our garage, this water respectfully drips onto the concrete floor below plus forms a puddle. Since it eventually absorbs into cracks in the floor, I insisted that my Heating plus Air Conditioning corporation install a drip guard to go under the air handler. It’s a big metal pan that catches any condensation dripping off the a/c plus sends it down the condensate line where it goes outdoors. I don’t want the a/c dripping water always on our garage floor, regardless of whether or not it’s made out of concrete. After getting so much repeat exposure, the water starts to slowly soak into the concrete, especially if it has a porous surface.
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