Senior ministers are today considering legislation surrounding the €2.7 billion Mica redress scheme.
The defective building block plan was extended to affected homeowners in Clare and Limerick, as well as homeowners in Donegal and Mayo last week.
It'll cover up to 100% of the costs, subject to a cap of €420,000.
That includes up to €161 per square foot.
The fund also includes €25,000 for alternative accommodation while repairs are being carried out.
Around 7,000 homes in Donegal and Mayo are affected by the crumbling blocks.
The laws will then go before the Oireachtas before being passed into law.
The Taoiseach Micheal Martin has said it's urgently needed, and Transport Minister Eamon Ryan agrees:
"We need to start addressing the problem now. We need to start going into the houses now.
"There's a number of houses where it's all agreed and everyone knows what needs to be done.
"For those households, we need to start repairing their home and any further delay would be intolerable for those households."