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Can i replace a few tiles with different make of tiles
I live in a building aprox 80 to 100 year old. tiles are old and i wanted to use Spanish tiles for the repair.
2 Answers from MyBuilder Roofers
of course as long as the tiles are same size and are the same profile.
Answered 10th Aug 2011
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