Here is a photograph of an air handler that was installed by Air Maintenance and Refrigeration Repair of Corpus Christi
Notice the drip pan filled with water.
Brubaker damaged the primary pan during installation so the condensate water could not be drained into the home plumbing system since the primary pan was damaged.
This allowed the secondary pan (as the photo shows) to fill up. The Secondary drain for this pan was not installed and allowed the pan to overflow. The red wires that you see are a float switch, this switch was the final safety device that was supposed to turn the unit off in the event the primary and secondary drains failed. This Switch was incorrectly wired and failed to turn the system off.
As a result, there was substantial damage to the sheet rock of the ceiling below and thermal insulation in the immediate area.
The faulty wiring posed an electrical fire hazzard to my wife, children and home.
Air Maintenance and Refrigeration Repair of Corpus Christi left the job like this calling it complete.