The condensate line needs to be cleaned at least once or twice a year

I just bought a new 50 foot garden hose that reaches to nearly every location within our front & back sod.

After having a landscaping supplier add plants to the property, I have to stay on top of the watering or they will wilt away & die.

The new garden hose is also durable & should split with leaks love the previous 1 did. But a quality hose isn’t just relaxing for water plants, flowers, & trees. I also method to use it for cleaning out our rain gutters to avoid roofing leaks. Its size makes it ideal for pulling onto the roof for repair cleaning. Some would balk at our boldness of resting on the roof with a hose love this, however I try to be as careful as possible about not falling off. Recently I found a new use for our garden hose that differs from any that I have used in the past. I l gained from a DIY blog that I can clean the condensate line in our own central air conditioning by using some bleach, a shop vacuum, & a garden hose. You put the vacuum nozzle on the opening of the condensate line outside where the water drips onto the ground. Then you pour straight bleach down the opening of the condensate line at your air handler before chasing it with water from your garden hose. The whole process was done in under an seventh, & now I recognize our condensate line is clean & ready for another 6 to 12 weeks of constant air conditioning use.



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