HVAC Discharge Line Issues That Can Cause Water Damage
Corrosion: Because of the presence of formaldehyde on average in almost every home, corrosion is a common thing that is caused by this. Copper refrigerant lines start leaking all throughout the HVAC system as a result of the corrosion attack.
System Vibration Malfunction: There are some cases where the HVAC system is not properly installed, and intense vibration is caused by the vibration motor while it works. These sorts of vibrations are enough to weaken and eventually fracture the refrigerant lines. When this happens, you need to repair these lines to avoid further damage.
Pinhole leaks: Formic acid or formaldehyde can also be responsible for the decaying of copper lines which results in pinhole leaks. This issue happens when the HVAC system is used for a long time.