United Transportation Moving & Storage

USDOT # 1978660
19320 Londeluis St
Northridge, CA 91324
Northridge
California
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (888) 668-3220
Company Site: www.unitedmovinginc.com

Moving with United Transportation Moving & Storage

Based in Northridge California, United Transportation Moving & Storage mission is to carefully handle customers shipments in a efficient cost effective way. Clients are helped every step of the way and our moving company includes cross country relocation for home residential or commercial Moving needs with full-service packing and storage if needed. We move families weekly and have entrusted customer base because we take valued belongings and transport them carefully. United Transportation conduct business with integrity.



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We were moving to live close to our family. United Transportation Moving & Storage was referred to me by my brother in law. I called them and easily got a reasonable quote. The movers arrived early and started packing up my belongings. They loaded everything onto the truck very carefully. The delivery was made on time. Nothing broke or got damaged on the way. In the end, I realized that this move was just too easy. I have read reviews where people said how easy their move was. I never thought I would experience one of those.

Paying for professional, organized people is worth every penny and United Transportation Moving & Storage in the one. They could not have been more kind, courteous, and willing to work. They confirmed all details ahead of time both on phone and by email. The team showed up right on time and started doing their job. The guys knew the best way to load and unload things and were overly careful with all of my belongings. They really knew how to use their time in the best way. They really helped me and I even was able to save some money. I must say great deal!

The guys from United Transportation Moving & Storage did a great job during our last long distance move. Everything went well from my initial contact to the follow up after the move. The moving crew of 3 young men arrived on time, completed their tasks on time with a good working pace and provided clear instructions to me when needed. Everything proceeded as promised from the beginning till the end. Thanks for the hassle free move guys; I will definitely recommend them to all!

United Transportation Moving & Storage have many tricks up their sleeves. And I mean good ones! They know how to take anything out from an apartment no matter how big it is. They will use the backdoor, or the window or the balcony. Any way possible! They will not give up on you. And plus, they will not damage a single thing. Highly recommended! Oh one more thing, they have the best rates in this business. Cheers!

I can easily say I had the best moving company in TOWN!! I had a huge job and I knew I could give it to this company to handle it professionally. I knew it would be a lot of work but I felt that my money was well spent! They did a fantastic job overall. No problems or bumps on the road. I appreciated all the help I got and I'm glad that I can always go to this company. I am saying this with faith that this is the number one moving company! Highly recommended United Transportation Moving & Storage!

I can easily say I had the best moving company in TOWN!! I had a huge job and I knew I could give it to this company to handle it professionally. I knew it would be a lot of work but I felt that my money was well spent! They did a fantastic job overall. No problems or bumps on the road. I appreciated all the help I got and I'm glad that I can always go to this company. I am saying this with faith that this is the number one moving company! Highly recommended United Transportation Moving & Storage!

I moved from CA to NV, and the United Transportation Moving and Storage really helped me stress less about moving. When we were about to move, we became nervous about moving. The United Transportation Moving and Storage company provided excellent service and quality work. We were very impressed with the efficiency of the company. It was a very fast move, and we would definitely hire them again. We highly recommend their services to anyone.

Absolutely awesome to deal with! Very professional crew and did not touch a single wall! I am very pleased with the professionalism and efficiency of this moving company. Took great care with my belongings, were polite and friendly I was really pleased with the entire experience and would recommend United Transportation Moving and use them again myself as well. By the way the delivery was made on time and when I checked the inventory, there was not a single damage.

They impressed me all the way. United Transportation Moving did a terrific job with my move. No more doing a move by myself. I will always hire this moving company. Their sales rep told me not to worry and told me he will take care of everything. And that is exactly what he did. He sent over a foreman and 3 helpers to help me with me move. They were efficient, caring and took the job very seriously. They really did a good job. Every single one of my belongings were safely delivered and without a scratch. I am very thankful!

Moving business is very competitive. Most moving companies are really improving their games in order to keep up. I recently hired United Transportation Moving to handle my relocation and I was absolutely surprised seeing how efficient and professional these guys are! From their timing to their skills, everything was top notch. It took the movers such a small time to finish loading everything from my 4 bedroom house. Not even a glass was delivered broken! The fierce competition also meant a low quote for me. It really is a movers market these days!

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