Hello - I am a Certified Renovator (RRP) and had a contract to do a lot of lead paint disturbance work involving minor demo and a large amount of paint scraping. Confused why owner hired me to do things the "correct way" because the entire beginning of the process they complained about the EPA standards. They were wanting to bring on another contractor (non-certified) for other work so i had to partition the house off so there was no lead paint cross-contamination to his workspace. Suddenly my work became ten times more complicated by having a non-certified renovator in same house. Went to jobsite one day and the other contractor was doing my scope of work, non-certified, and definitely not following any EPA standards. Does this sound like a contract breach? The owner was there and approved of the other contractor doing the work they did. The owner seems very resistant and not wanting to get on the same page. It just doesn't seem to make any sense to have certified and non-certified work going on in the same home as i'm kind of forced into a situation of having to clean up their mess or go to great lengths and document everything. Dropped the job it was too much of a hassle.