Hi all, Long time lurker, first time poster. I have an issue with the pergola at my investment property. The previous owners had built the pergola with not enough drainage pipes and bad roof design, which has led to some ceiling water damage internally (the pergola roof is connected to the house roof) as well as externally on the pergola. Now the property manager is asking me to engage a builder/pergola builder to assess the issue at hand. I am in the middle of receiving quotes to see how much the repairs will be. My question is, what is the best way to progress? I'm thinking my options are: - Get the builder to assess and rebuild the pergola - Depending on the cost of rebuild, possibly just knock the pergola down (although it's a really nice pergola and I wouldn't want to do this). I believe the previous owners spent 10k on building this, so I really wouldn't want to knock it down. - Get the builder to assess and not do anything about this, and clean the roof gutters in hopes that this can help prevent the water damage from getting worse (the ceiling hasn't started to drip, but there is a noticeable water mark that is getting worse over time) What do you all think? Any comments are appreciated, thanks!