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If you signed a contract agreeing to allow them to do the work, then if you changed you mind, legally you would be in breach of the contract.
However if the roofing company has incurred no damages due to your breach and you pay them for any work they have performed, then they wouldn't be able to recover anything if they sued you. Since they are likely incorporated, they would have to hire an attorney for a couple thousand to sue you and prove damages.
So while technically you would be in the wrong here, it is unlikely that they would do anything about it.