Monument News

The batteries in your smoke detectors need to replaced periodically.  You will know this is necessary when your smoke detectors start beeping softly. If you’re having trouble working out how to open your smoke detectors to replace the batteries, perhaps this picture will help. If you’re still having trouble, feel free to ask the concierge […]

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Due to the full height window design of Monument and advice provided by the original architects of the building, Wood/Marsh Architecture, there are strict guidelines concerning window coverings in the building. These are contained in: By-Law 6 – What are your obligations for your apartment? These guidelines are as follows: 6.6 – Window coverings You […]

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Is your carpark remote losing its zing? We’ve noticed a few batteries have run flat lately, which is not surprising given it’s been 3 years since our key system was updated. Your battery may be on its last legs if you notice that it is unreliable and/or the light is dimming (the light may still […]

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ALL RESIDENTS: When a lift is busy and multiple security access fobs are swiped at once, there can be a delay between swiping your fob and having the security system recognise it. Please note you do not have to swipe your fob multiple times. If you swipe and the lift button does not work, simply […]

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Got a broken TV or computer you’ve been meaning to get rid of? Or a household appliance that’s recently had a meltdown? Is there a pile of power cords sitting in your study? The City of Sydney Council collects e-waste from Monument by appointment. If you have any e-waste you’d like collected, speak with the […]

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