When your home has to be taken down for repairs

A home renovation company in California has had to pull the plug on a home it had been building.

The owner of the home, which was bought by the company in 2010, was told by the city to take it down in March because the roof had cracked.

The city said it was considering whether to move the property and move the workers.

“The roof was collapsing, the building was collapsing,” the owner told the LA Times.

When the owner took it down, the roof collapsed, and it had to be pulled down.

“The roof had collapsed, the home had to go, and now they’re doing it again.

The roof cracked, and we had to do it again.”

The city had originally planned to replace the roof with new concrete, but it was eventually decided to put it down.

The property was valued at $2.5 million.