Quick Mount PV is the industry standard for 100% code-compliant, waterproof solar roof mounts. The company pioneered roofing industry best practices in the solar industry and provides ongoing training opportunities to designers, inspectors, distributors and installers of Quick Mount PV products. The Classic Composition and Classic Shake Mounts are ICC-certified, and the QBase Comp, QBase Universal Tile, and QBase Low Slope Mounts feature the strongest mechanical roof attachments available. The highly adaptable Quick Hook® is the industry’s first flashed tile hook mount. The E-Mount, priced to compete in highly competitive markets, offers Quick Mount PV’s made-in-America quality and patented waterproofing technology. Made in the USA.
E-Mount uses the patented QBlock Elevated Water Seal technology to provide superior waterproofing on composition/asphalt shingle roofs. Priced at a modest premium over commodity roof mounts, E-Mount makes it possible to deliver Quick Mount PV quality even on price-sensitive jobs. All stainless steel hardware included for fast, single bolt installation. 10-year limited product warranty.
Quick Hook® is the industry’s first flashed tile hook mount, bringing fast, cost-effective waterproofing to both curved and flat tile roof installations. Engineered to Quick Mount PV’s industry-leading standards for code-compliant, waterproof mounting systems, both the curved and flat tile models of Quick Hook use the same tile hook, which mates with the base.
QBase Universal Tile Mount
The QBase Universal Tile Mount uses the QBase foundation and two spun aluminum cone flashings for installing solar panels on tile roofs with superior strength and waterproofing. The installer can conform the secondary top flashing to fit virtually any roof tile, flat or curved.
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Solar Power International is jam-packed this year (just take a look at all the product announcements we’ve had in the last seven days), and there is plenty to see from the 700+ exhibiting companies. There was no way to soak in all the sights and sounds in one day, but here’s a look at some… [Read More]
Removing nails Nail removal is necessary on most flashings to position the upper edge of the flashing up into the third course of shingles. To remove a nail, use a roofing bar or flat bar and follow these steps: Break the shingle seal in the proper location. Be careful not to damage the shingles. A… [Read More]
The following article comes from “Rooftop Review,” a solar roofing blog by Quick Mount PV. One of the most common code violations we see in tile roof PV system installations is the failure to install a base flashing. However, flashing at the underlayment level is highly recommended as it is required by the Tile Roofing… [Read More]