Condensation/Drip from Air Handler in Attic
I replaced both A/C units in our 16 yr old house within the past year: one handler in attic and one in basement as well as both outdoor units. Today we had a high of 84 (not much compared to the rest of July) and when we went to give our kids their bedtime baths, the ceiling in the bathroom had a water spot and the wall was water damaged. I went into the attic and looked at the large pan under the unit. It was not overflowing, but there was moisture underneath it.
I do not have the model information on hand, but I am fairly certain that our HVAC company recommended a system with more capacity. We rarely have the attic unit on all day, even during the weekends (shouldn't matter imo) but today it was on from approx. 3:00 pm until we noticed the water damage at approx. 8:00pm, however, it was off from 11:00am thru 3:00pm...
I took the below video which may or may not help provide any insights into this:
Is this just a "sh** happens" kind of thing? Or we have planned better with our HVAC installers for this? This has never happened before with our old unit. Thanks in advance.