I have a condensate discharge pipe from evaporator coils for my AC that runs to a floor drain (has a cover with small holes in it) in basement. Most of the water will go down the drain, but some will pool on top of the drain cover and get the surrounding floor wet. I have a structural wood floor in basement and would like to eliminate this problem. Can I cut more holes in drain cover so that the pipe (PVC pipe with an elbow on the end) can stick directly into the hole and eliminate the pooling water? Or are the better drain covers (one that is concave in middle) to eliminate this problem.