A new roof can cost more than $100,000, depending on the style, type and size, and on the condition of the building and its surroundings.
To determine the real cost, CBC News contacted roof repair experts and the companies that install them, as well as government, provincial and municipal officials.
The CBC also asked a variety of roofing experts and experts at a local business for their opinions.
We’re using the term “premium” because the cost varies depending on what type of roof you’re considering, but the average price of a premium roof is about $150,000.
The average price is around $130,000 for the same roof in the downtown area.
The Canadian Association of Roofing Contractors says that in 2017, the average cost of installing a roof on a single house was $70,000 or $78,000 in Toronto.
This is a conservative estimate based on the average residential price for the area.
But experts also say it could be much higher.
And that’s because a lot of roof damage can be avoided by having a roof installed properly.
That includes installing the right kind of material on the roof, keeping the windows and doors shut and using the right type of materials.
It also includes a good roofing sealant that protects the roof.
If the sealant leaks or breaks, that can lead to more leaks or breakage.
A roof is also a great way to make money when the price of the property falls.
That’s because, as the price falls, you’ll also pay for a bigger, more expensive mortgage.
For example, a $500,000 house with a $1.3-million mortgage can get you a $7,000-a-month home mortgage.
The federal government also subsidizes the cost for many new homeowners with tax credits.
For the average homeowner, that could be $20,000 to $50,000 a year.
“If the federal government says you can get a $20 mortgage with $40,000,” said Mark Johnson, the owner of Johnson Construction Services in Halifax.
Johnson, who was also on CBC Radio’s Power & Light with Kelly Mather, said he has dealt with a lot more roof damage over the years because he’s had to repair and maintain his house.
Johnson said the amount of damage his company is responsible for has increased over the last several years because of the federal subsidy.
He said he expects to have to cut his staff by more than 40 per cent over the next five years because the price for a roof is rising and he needs more capital to repair his building.
“I’ll probably have to do that, but I’m doing the best I can,” Johnson said.
“The way it’s changed is the federal funding has been cut off.”
That means Johnson has to either make cuts or close down his business and lay off staff.
In Halifax, he said his business has already experienced a 30 per cent increase in business in the last year because of a lack of financing.
But he said that isn’t necessarily because of government subsidies.
“We’ve had a pretty good recovery, I think,” Johnson explained.
I’ve had to cut back on what I do because of this.” “
But I’m not worried about that.
I’ve had to cut back on what I do because of this.”
Johnson said he is willing to take the hit on his business, but not because of federal subsidies.
Johnson’s company was approved to operate in the city last year.
He expects the province will make it easier to operate and provide incentives to other builders.
Johnson expects to keep building homes, and hopes that a new provincial government will allow him to do so.
But Johnson said building his home is the only way he can make money.
He is currently working on a roof repair business and he wants to build homes for people like himself.
“It’s not a bad thing, it’s not like, ‘Oh my God, we’ve got to do something,'” he said.
Johnson hopes the federal and provincial governments will take a hard look at how the federal subsidies affect the building of new homes.
“You can’t build a house on a $400,000 mortgage,” Johnson added.
“There’s just not enough room in the mortgage that you can do that.
So I think a lot needs to be done.”