Tile’Up is the easy and most reliable eco-responsible roofing solution for secondary buildings, carports and sheds.

Tile’Up in action

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How long does it take to install the roofing of a standard shed?

On average, it should take about 3 hours to cover a 6m2 shed.

Does Tile’up meet professional needs?

Yes, absolutely. Tile’up was conceived by architects and construction specialists. Our panels are appropriate for beginners as well as for professionals.

The panels are organically-sourced, but are they as strong as traditional tiles?

Yes, and even stronger. In other words, Tile’up panels are a lot less fragile than regular ones. They can support up to 40kg on a 300cm2 surface.

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How many tiles do I need to cover a standard garden shed?

A single panel covers about 1m2 of roof (usable space: 0.82m2). To cover a 5.9m2 garden shed, you will need the following supplies:

To determine the exact supplies you need, use the layout tool on our website.
10 tuiles Tuil’up 107 panels
Rives 4 left and 4 right edge panels
Faitiere 32 ridges
Vis 1368 screws
What tools and equipment do I need to install Tile’up?

The Tile’up panels can be installed on OSB wood panels or battens spaced 38cm apart, with a 10° minimum slope. The panels fit together very intuitively. The elements can be cut using a simple cutter or a wood saw. The placement of the fixing screws is indicated by raised round marks.

Do Tile’up panels come in different colours?

No, not yet.

Can I paint over the panels?

No, we do not recommend that.

This Celloz material, what is it exactly?

Celloz is an organically-sourced material, meaning that it is made from sustainable raw materials (cellulose and plant resins), which is what makes it recyclable.
There are 3 steps in the making of Tile’up products:

  • Molding and drying of the cellulose with a low-energy pressing process
  • Permeation, i.e. the mixing of the cellulose panels with natural plant resins
  • Finishing, to give the tile its colour and look.
Because of its source material Celloz, as described above, and also because of its manufacturing process. It is a low-energy-consuming process that generates almost no waste. Since the products are lightweight, the carbon footprint of their transportation is limited, too.
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Calculate now how many Tile’Up panels you need!
To cover your meters wide and meters high roof, with slopes, you will need :
To cover your
meters wide and
meters high roof, with slopes,
you will need :
Panneau 24 panels
Rives 4 left edge panels
Rives 4 right edge panels
Faitiere 10 ridges
Vis 80 screws

Where to find Til’Up?

At the nearest hardware store or online


Pro tip

One panel measures 119cm x 78cm and weighs 2.9kg. For a 10m2 roof, the backseat or the trunk of your car are large enough to transport the panels easily. You won’t leave the store empty-handed.😉

Pro tip
It all started with the following observation. The construction sector requires tons of energy and raw fossil fuels to produce and transport building materials. According to IBGE Data, on a global scale, 30% of CO2 emissions, 50% of total natural resources used and 40% of total energy consumption are generated by the construction sector. Tile’up’s impact

We created Tile’Up aiming to reduce the environmental impact of the construction sector, developing an eco-friendly solution. The raw materials used, cellulose fibers and plant-based resins, are produced from biomass without mining. With its unique strength, waterproofness and durability, we’ve named this patented material “Celloz” after our parent company’s name.

Our French production site consumes very little energy, and the products are fully recyclable. From our plant to your home or warehouse, transport and loading are optimized: A full truck carries over 7,000 m2 of Tuil’Up panels & accessories, instead of only 800 m2 of ceramic tiles.

In January 2021, Tuil'up was awarded the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution label, that rewards projects that have a positive impact on the environment.

Tuil'up is supported by the Ademe (Agency for ecological transition) as part of the France Relance program.

France Relance Ademe

The Nouvelle Aquitaine region and the EU support the Tuil'up project as part of the FEDER/FSE Poitou Charentes 2014-2020 operationnal program.

Nouvelle Aquitaine FEDER

So, join us and build using reliable eco-friendly products, without hassle. Think green, think Tile’Up! Thank you!

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