Tile Replacement Mount
The Tile Replacement Mount provides a fast and easy way to install solar on tile roofs while protecting against water intrusion. Simply remove the tile and replace it with the Tile Replacement Mount. Works with all standard curved and flat tile roofs, and all standard rail-based racking systems.
Flashed at both the deck and top levels, the Tile Replacement Mount is fully engineered to meet code requirements and industry best practices. The Tile Replacement Mount features our patented Elevated Water Seal Technology® for optimal waterproofing. Base mount sold separately from flashing and post.
Available in aluminum mill and black finishes.
- Versatile: Works with Flat, S-shaped and W-shaped tiles
- Flexible: Works with all standard rail-based racking systems
- Simple and clean: No time-consuming, messy tile grinding or cutting
- Double flashed: Flashed at both the deck and tile levels for code compliance
- Waterproof: Features patented QBlock® Elevated Water Seal Technology®
- Flashings pre-treated and ready for paint, if desired
- Post and flashing sold separately from base mount
- Creates replacement tiles on the job
- Meets or exceeds tile roofing best practices
- 100% IBC compliant
- All fasteners and hardware included
- 25-year warranty
- Installation Guide
- Three-Course Method (Waterproofing)
- Base Mount Positioning Template Guide
- Engineering Report
- Base Mount CAD Blocks (DWG, PDF)
- S-Tile Flashing CAD Blocks (DWG, PDF)
- W-Tile Flashing CAD Blocks (DWG, PDF)
- Flat Tile Flashing CAD Blocks (DWG, PDF)
Tile Roof Waterproofing Methods
All QuickMount tile mounting products are designed to comply with the roofing best practices listed by the Tile Roofing Institute (TRI) for tile penetration flashing (MC-02). The photos below show our QBase Universal Tile Mount. The same waterproofing methods are recommended for all of our tile mounting products. For more info go to www.tileroofing.org.
If permitted by the building inspector, the three-course method may be an option for waterproofing the deck flashing. This process uses a layer of asphalt roof cement (approved by the roof manufacturer), a layer of reinforcing fabric, and another layer of asphalt roof cement to seal the flashing to the felt paper. Click here to download step-by-step instructions to use the three-course method with our tile roof products. (PDF 617K)
Felt Paper Bibbing Method
In retrofit installations where the standoff and primary flashing do not fall in a position that is close to the overlap of felt paper, an approach that is sometimes called “bibbing” can be used. When the overlapping drip edge of the felt paper ends in the tile course above the penetration, a separate piece of felt paper is positioned under the battens and overlapping felt, which then extends down to bib around the penetration and over the deck flashing.
Tile Replacement Mounts
U.S. Patent Numbers: US 7762027, US 7895808, US 7905064, US 7861485, D827160, D827873, & D827874