Condensate tube from furnace
I'm not sure if I should be posting this in plumbing or construction. I have a high-efficiency furnace in my basement and the condensate tube it just laying on the floor (which is unfinished) beside the drain opening. You can see from the picture that its easy for the tube to be moved around and I often find it draining onto the basement floor.
So anyway, I'm wondering what to do about this when I get around to putting in a subfloor. The drain is right in the middle of the floor so I can't just make it part of the furnace room and leave it unfinished. I was wondering if it's okay to dig into the concrete, attach it somehow to the drain under the floor and then repair the floor above it. Alternatively, there's a rough-in bathroom beside the furnace and suppose I could tap into the sanitary drain. They've left me a T-fitting but it's raised about a foot so to use that I'd probably need to install a pump. And then there's the issue of converting 3/4" flexible hose to what looks like 2" PVC.
So to make a long story short, has anyone figured out what to do with a furnace condensate tube when putting in a basement subfloor?