Distribution of spend on home repairs in Canada 2019

As of April 2019, almost half of surveyed Canadian homeowners who carried out home repairs in the past year spent 2,000 Canadian dollars or less. Some five percent of survey respondents claimed to have spent over 20,000 Canadian dollars on their past-year home repair projects.

Share of homeowner spending on home repairs in Canada as of April 2019 (in Canadian dollars)*

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Release date




Survey time period

April 13 to 30, 2019

Number of respondents

1,018 respondents

Special properties

Canadian homeowners who were either the sole or joint decision maker of the household and had completed at least one home project in the past year

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

*Amount spent on home repairs in the past year as of April 2019.
The source did not provide a release date.

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