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The Woodlands Locating Services
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Need a new place? WLS is the BEST!

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The Woodlands is a GREAT place for shopping!  What places are the best for shopping in The Woodlands?  http://www.thewoodlandslocatingservices.com/apartments-the-woodlands/shopping-in-the-woodlands/
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You've just moved out of that dorm or from living with Mom and Dad.  Now what?

The deals have never been hotter! Check them out today.

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Check out Owner/Agent Ritchie Canady discussing how Rental Scams are in Full Effect on FOX NEWS! #RentalHomes www.thewoodlandslocatingservices.com

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New property on our website! The Belvedere at Springwoods Village is the place to live if you are looking for a #RENTAL near The #Woodlands or #Spring  area! It's located on a 2000 acre mixed use community surrounded by nature, urbanism and diversity. This is also perfect if you're looking to be walking distance to the new #Exxon Mobile Campus. Call or email The Woodlands Locating Services for more information or to schedule a time to tour- 281-271-8598/  Check out our #Feature Properties info@thewoodlandslocatingservices.com

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We are thrilled to announce that Jessie Githens has joined The Woodlands Locating Services Team! Jessie is a Texas Licensed Real Estate Agent and specializes in property management, rental locating and home buying. You are guaranteed FAST results when you choose Jessie as your Realtor! Welcome aboard!
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Check out our new blog for tips for finding a great rental locating company!

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Tornado Season is Here:  According to the official blog of the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes.
Before
1. Create a family tornado plan and know where you can take shelter.
2.. Closely monitor a NOAA Weather Radio or download the FLASH Weather Alerts app on your iOS or Android device.

During
3. Take refuge in a tested and approved storm shelter, safe room or a community storm shelter labeled as an official tornado shelter. Community storm shelters may be found by contacting your local Office of Emergency Management for the closest community storm shelter. If available, community storm shelters are commonly located in community buildings, such as schools, libraries, churches or even airports.
4. If no shelter is available:
Are you indoors? Go to the lowest floor, to a small, center interior room, under a stairwell or to an interior hallway with no windows.Crouch down as low as possible to the floor, face down and cover your head with your arms. Cover yourself with a blanket, mattress, helmet or other thick covering. Wear footwear with thick soles to your safe location.
Are you in a mobile home? Get out. Even if your home is tied down, it is not as safe as a sturdy building. Go to a nearby permanent structure.
Are you in a vehicle? Do not attempt to drive away from a tornado.  Go to a nearby permanent structure. Do not shelter under an overpass, bridge or in a drainage ditch. If you cannot safely exit your vehicle, park it out of traffic lanes. Stay in the vehicle with your seatbelt on. Put your head below the windows and protect it with your arms and a blanket, coat or other cushion.
Are you outdoors? Shelter in a sturdy building. If no shelter is available, lie face down on low ground, protecting the back of your head with your arms.
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