A recent video from a contractor in Los Angeles shows a roof tile company removing clark roof tile from a roof deck in a home that is currently owned by a Latino family.
The tile is a natural product that has been used by homeowners for years.
The roof tile is made from graphite, which is the same material used in roof tiles.
“We just used it because it’s inexpensive and we like it,” a contractor told KTLA.
“The problem is, the roof is really going to be looking a little rough, because of all the water that has gone through the roof.
It’s going to get clogged.”
The contractor told the channel that the tiles had to be removed because they had been exposed to moisture.
However, some homeowners are worried about the clashing color with their roof tiles after a new coat of roofing came in.
The tiles were removed by a subcontractor and then put back in place.
The contractor said he doesn’t know how long the problem will be in effect and is just worried about homeowners having to clean the tiles with their hands.
The subcontractor, who was not identified, told KTLS that it was an easy job, because there was no time to prepare the roof for removal.
“There was no cleaning or anything like that, so it was a breeze,” the contractor said.
He said that the roof tiles were replaced in a week, but he wasn’t sure what they were worth.
Some people have also said that they don’t think that the tile is clashing with the colors of their home.
A roofer in Georgia told Fox 5 Atlanta that she believes that the cladding is cladding the roofing and the claying is what is causing the clattering sound.
“You can’t see the difference in color, and it’s not even clear that there’s a cladding,” she told Fox.
“It’s just a clattering noise.”
The homeowner added that it is also important to be cautious about how much the roof has been exposed.
“What I do is go through my entire roof, and I look at all the seams, all the corners and the edges and I do the same thing I would do if I was trying to paint,” she said.
“I take out a sheet of cardboard and I’m laying it down on the roof and I try to do the exact same thing, and then when I get to the edges, I just pull out a piece of the cardboard and try to clean it.”
However, a subcontracting company told Fox News that the company removed the clinking tiles and did not consider the problem to be a problem.
“No matter how much water or how much moisture has come through the wood and all the wood cladding, the tiles are not clashing,” said Kevin Tippett, a spokesman for Roofing Equipment, Inc., a roofing contractor.
“This product has been in use for a long time in the United States, and its durability has been verified by numerous industry studies.”
However the company did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.
The homeowners’ lawyer said that this is the first time that a homeowner has contacted her about a clashing roof tile.
“She’s really upset,” said David Jablonski.
“They just ripped out the whole floor and just threw it away.”
The roof tiles are being sold by a company called Roofing Roofing, Inc. that was founded in 2014.
The company’s website says that it provides roof tiles for commercial, industrial, and residential applications.
It also claims to be the largest installer of roof tiles worldwide.