At the completion of the build, the certifier did the inspection and pointed out that the builder should put one more downpipe to the front of the house. So the builder put one at the front of the dark facade pier, without asking me if it is an acceptable spot to put a downpipe.
It looks ugly with a downpipe at the front of the facade pier. This downpipe has not been indicated anywhere in the signed final drawings or in the signed building contract. I have asked the builder to relocate it to the side of the pier rather than at the front, the builder refused to do so, saying that it has met all the requirements.
My opinion is that the builder should have figured out there was a downpipe missing before the final drawings were signed, and even if they wanted to add one at completion of the build, they should not have put it at the front of the facade pier.
Do you think I should take legal action on this matter or please advise how to deal with it..