I am a condo owner. Recently the doors which secure the main entrance to the west side of the condo building was repositioned due to fire marshal regulations. As the door opens and closes it makes an echoing sound which disturbs my sleep at night. I have written a formal complaint to the association regarding this noise and for resolution of this matter. In other words to replace the door lock with another lock which closes silently. The association and the property mgmt company collaborated and replaced the lock with a new version of the same type of lock. The noise still remains and I have to continue to move my bed every night to the living room in order to get a decent nights sleep. I am exhausted for this manner. What should I do to move forward.Addendum: The property mgr wanted to make a house visit to my unit in order to justify the noise coming from my establishment. First of all I don't want/trust this person entering my home. Second, what makes him an expert? His sense of hearing might be less profound than mine. I have a sensitive body for sleeping. Before the door was repositioned I never heard the door closing/locking. Now I hear it every time it opens and closes. An email from the property mgr stated that my case is considered close since I would not let him in my home to hear the sound.