Perfectionist Pete's Perfect Pain: Even Tilings

Pete's room has a rectangular floor with dimensions $15 \times 20$. He wants to tile the floor of his room with black and white coloured tiles. Each tile is an unit square (ie. $1 \times 1$ square).

When it comes to these type of things Pete is simply a bit picky. He happens to prefer even numbers to odd ones and demands that if he places a O tetromino on the floor, it must contain an even number of black tiles. (In other words, every 2x2 square contains an even number of black tiles). The task itself is rather easy. Indeed a checkerboard coloring (alternating black and white) suffices.

However, the tiler has managed to goof up and has coloured three of the corner cells white and the other black. Pete is furious and has threatened to fire the tiler if he can't tile the place properly maintaining the above condition?

Can the tiler save himself from being fired?

1. The sum, over every possible O tetromino, of the sum of its $4$ squares. Because in any O tetromino there should be an even number of +1s, there should also be an even sum. The entire count is a sum of even numbers, and thus is also even.