Does it matter? That's why we pay insurance premiums. When things go sideways, insurance buys the airplane.If the chute is deployed and the airframe survives the incident, it's a write-off, correct?
To answer your question, it depends. On the older airframes, almost certainly. On the new airframes, probably not.
It costs the same to repair, but as a percentage of the aircraft's value, sometimes it makes sense. Doing $100k worth of repairs to a $150k older Cirrus is ridiculous, but $100k in repairs on a $650k airplane probably makes sense.
It's no different from taking an old Honda Civic in to the body shop versus a new BMW.