A mobile home dealership has seen a big increase in demand because of the ongoing housing issues in Ireland.
Phillip Wallace from Wallace Mobile Homes in New Ross says people who've been served eviction notices are now coming to them on a weekly basis.
Last month, President Michael D Higgins said Ireland no longer has a housing crisis, saying it is now a "disaster".
The latest figures from the Government show there are 10,325 people living in homeless accommodation.
Those totals from the Department of Housing show the number of children in emergency accommodation is at more than 3,000 for the first time again since April 2020.
However, those numbers doesn't include rough sleepers, women in refuge centres, asylum seekers, refugees, or those living with their parents to save for a mortgage.
A huge part of Wallace Mobile Homes' business would have traditionally been based on providing holiday mobile homes.
But Phillip says now there's also massive demand for residential mobiles, which people live in all year round.
"Over the last two years, the residential sales have gone up by 60%.
"It's all down to people not being able to afford a house, not being able to afford rent.
"Being kicked out of their house, or is the landlord going to sell. It's all down to that."