Originally Posted by rob nichols
the reason i focused on the condensate line is it has been clogged with corrosion in the past and leaked all over the floor, and doesnt seem to be draining well to the side of the house. the house was repiped recently before I bought it and the drains all flow well. a condensate pump seems like a good solution. It would however need to pump up 2 stories to the roof and drain there? is flexible tubing an option? - thanks
Two stories is a long vertical run. You would have to check the manufacturer specs to see what the maximum vertical run is. Condensate pumps usually come with flexible tubing. I would run 3/8" OD copper and just attach the copper to the pump with that cheap flexible tubing that it comes with.