Cannon Roofing's Rescue Roofer

  • 24 Hour Hotline (940) 627 - 10457 Days A Week!

    24 Hour Hotline
    (940) 627 - 1045
    7 Days A Week!

  • No Hidden Fees We'll make sure you get what you've paid for!

    No Hidden Fees
    We'll make sure you get what you've paid for!

  • On Time Always! We are aware that your time is valuable to you.

    On Time Always!
    We are aware that your time is valuable to you.

  • Cannon's Rescue Roofer serves Decatur and the surrounding areas. We're experienced in a wide variety of roofing products to assure that you will receive professional and and expert workmanship.
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    Residential Roofing

  • Cannon roofing can provide cost-effective commercial solutions thanks to our long-nurtured network of high quality suppliers with top of the line materials at a great price.
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    Commercial Roofing

  • Your roof plays an important role in what people value most: family, possessions and the infrastructure of their home. A repair may be all that is needed to extend the life of your roof.
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    Roof Repairs

From The Blog

  • Determining The True Cost Of A Metal Roof

    The following information is provided courtesy of The Metal Roofing Alliance, a not-for-profit coalition of metal roofing manufacturers, paint companies, coil coaters, associations and contractors formed to introduce homeowners to the many financial benefits of metal roofing. For more information, visit The Metal Roofing Alliance. Metal Roofing Costs Less Than Asphalt Roofing
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  • Common Myths of Metal

    There are several common misconceptions that persist today about metal roofs. Here we dispel those myths and offer the facts about metal roofing. Myth: “When it rains, metal roofs are noisy.” Fact: This likely stems from a common experience with the sound that rain makes on old barns and worn buildings. The difference between a barn and residential roof is a solid roof deck. This deck combined with underlayment dampens
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  • Metal: The Fastest Growing Category of Roofing in the U.S. - for Good Reason

    Today, most U.S. homes have asphalt shingle roofs – made from an inferior roofing material that provides them with only temporary protection. In as few as 15 years, asphalt shingle roofs fail and must be replaced. Because of high oil prices, there is little cost difference between asphalt shingles and metal roofing systems. Asphalt derives from petroleum, so as oil prices rise, the material cost different between metal and asphalt shingles
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