Q: Do I need to get firm and renovator certification to work on pre-1978 apartments?

With respect to landlords, EPA believes that there are two circumstances where work being done in pre1978 apartment is for compensation such that the landlord must be a certified firm and use (or...

With respect to landlords, EPA believes that there are two circumstances where work being done in pre1978 apartment is for compensation such that the landlord must be a certified firm and use (or be) a certified renovator.  First, if the landlord does the renovation him or herself, then the landlord must have firm and renovator certification.  Second, if an employee of the landlord does the renovation work, then the landlord must have firm certification and the employee must be a certified renovator.  However, if the landlord hires a renovation firm to perform the renovation, the landlord does not need firm or renovator certification, but the firm hired by the landlord must be certified and must perform the renovation using a certified renovator that directs and provides on-the-job training to any workers that are not certified, renovators.