I've followed some individual's experiences here on their struggles with construction and noise and other problems, but I can't locate any information specific to what right's disabled people have. Does anyone know if they differ state-to-state or if there are federal laws? I've contacted the two tenancy agencies (can't get a person, been trying for over a month...) and the attorney general's office and have come up with nothing specific other than that a disabled person can leave a place with little, or almost no, notice. Since I moved a few months ago, everything has been a struggle (I haven't really slept since September--not an entire night's sleep anyway or anything close), but mostly my landlords. I have counted 3 weeks in total that they have not required access to my rental. Three times I have woken up to find my landlord doing something in the living room. Twice I was texted either an hour or so before, but was asleep!, and had no option to say no. My health has been so poor the past 6 wks+ that I finally said no to a request when I received it the night before, and again was woken to my landlord shouting "hello, hello! I'm coming in!" I have explained to them that I have back-to-back appt.'s in December due to my health coverage ending in January, and have had to miss and cancel several because of the interruptions. Just last night I received a text that they will need to have access for the next two weeks! I said no, that I could not accommodate that, and found a note left from today's (denied) visit, that they will be back on Monday. They have plans that involve taking windows apart, the ceiling, floor and parts of the walls. So, has anyone else been through anything like this (I haven't to this degree...ever)? This is not work like a water heater exploding or something emergent. I requested an energy audit due to the high (HIGH!) electric bills and it turns out that there are problems everywhere. My plan has been to move as soon as possible as I know that I can't be living in an area with heavy work being done, and certainly not in the most pressure-filled weeks of the year. I warned them that I would contact a lawyer if they came again and they did. The police do not handle/enforce rental issues in WA--I did ask them. Sorry for how long-winded this is. I'm exhausted and running on empty and just in disbelief that I was woken up and kept from sleeping yet again, and that not even a firm "NO" stopped it. I've searched and searched for rights and info and can't find anything specific. Thanks to anyone who might be able to help.