If a landlord renovates an occupied rental unit or common area in a building constructed before 1978, EPA requires that current tenants receive lead-based paint and lead hazard information within sixty days of the date the renovation begins. EPA defines a renovation as any change that disturbs painted surfaces, with some exceptions.
If the renovation is taking place in an occupied rental unit, the renovator must give the unit tenant(s) a copy of the EPA pamphlet “Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home”.
If the renovation is taking place in a common area, the renovator must provide notice to each rental unit in the building, detailing the renovation work and the dates work is expected to start and end.
The information for this answer was found on our Lead Based Paint Disclosure Form answers.