Erris-based TD Rose Conway-Walsh has called for support of the Sinn Fein Pyrite motion which will be debated in the Dail tomorrow evening.
The motion seeks cross party agreement to provide 100% redress for homeowners who have been devastated by the pyrite scandal.
It also calls on the government to ensure that those responsible for the problem are held to account and that the industry contributes to the overall costs of fixing homes affected.
The Sinn Fein Deputy believes that the Mica or Pyrite crisis is a legacy of the light touch regulation and reckless practices of the Celtic Tiger years.
Deputy Conway-Walsh told Midwest News that she believes the existing scheme for Mayo and Donegal is not fit for purpose, as many families cannot afford to avail of the scheme.