Most folks around here have concrete tile (not clay) and paint it. My
guess is that concrete lasts longer? Less expensive?
Every once in a while an HOA makes the news - last one I recall was the
wife of a soldier in Iraq who had signs in the yard, which were against
the rules. I think she got fined, and refused to take down the sign.
Before that, a dying kid whose parents built a two-story playhouse in
the yard. Nobody has shot anyone in an HOA meeting for a while :o) A
couple of our board members have advanced degrees in mental torture and
harassement; cops don't do anything, even when I offered to do the
Once I had the HOA police collect and not return my garage sale signs.
No wonder the slow down in sales!
They did a "grab-by" :-))
A Specific model was sold by the community center and under every
circumstance must be used.
"The voices in my head may not be real, but they have some good ideas!"
I didn't know there were HOAs where the owners didn't own the roofs.
I do own mine, but we have no rule about roof color. But not because
I own it. I'm not allowed to paint my house any other color than the
one it was built with, and I own that too.
But someone would have to explain to me why the roof *tile* was
painted. I don't think that is a good idea.
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