Unified Van Lines

USDOT # 2956586
110.1 Wilso Drive
Baltimore, MD 21223
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I rarely use the moving services, my friend recommend Unified Van Lines. All the stuff was moved very gently. Fast and friendly, no stress!

My friend has already used this company to move to her new apartment. And she told me they are real professionals. So that's why it was my choice. No regrets! Very good service.

I have three kids and needless to say the moving is a disaster. But not with Unified Van Lines! I didn't get any headache. Not a single trouble. Absolutely no stress! I must recommend this company to everyone who are going to move!

We were moving to our new house and I was very stressed and nervous because I'v heard a lot of crazy stories about how indifferent workers can be. But Unified Van Lines were totally careful! Thanks to them a lot!

I was helping my grandparents to move, and found this guys. You know how elderly people can be... Well everything went perfect! Very carefully workers. Definitely will recommend their service to everybody.

I highly recommend using this moving company and will definitely be using them in the future! It was my first time using a moving company and I couldn't be any more happier with the results. I called for a quote and prices were cheaper than most other companies around the area I've called. Everyone I came into contact with was extremely helpful and kind. They were very careful but efficient of moving my belongings. They saved me both time and money since we were able to move everything from one house to the other in just one ride. Unified Van Lines is definitely a great moving company, you won't regret it!

We were looking for a moving company and couldn't find one with a reasonable price. We found Unified Van Lines online and their personnel is so nice. Their prices are completely reasonable. We needed to move on Sunday.. the movers were there on time and ready to help us move. They were gentle and careful with our stuff. Our stuff arrived safely to our new home. They made our moving experience as easy as possible and definitely stress free. Who would have thought that moving a three bedroom home would be so easy?!Unified Van Lines did. They were super helpful and nice. I would definitely use them again. Great moving company!

Due to a non-existing budget, I did tons of research before hiring a moving company.
These guys were actually referred to me by a friend and he raved about the good service so we used them last week. These guys were great, showed up on time, had everything loaded and packed very carefully and professionally. I've used a moving company before and my biggest fear was them padding the bill by using giant boxes for 1 tiny item or thousands of pieces of packing paper. I got scammed out of hundreds of dollars previously from another moving company. SO happy they did not do this to me! Very happy to report that. Thank you guys so much.

If you're looking for one of the best movers in Los Angeles, don't hesitate to call them! Moving is already stressful so it was nice to have a great experience with this company. I'm definitely recommending them to my friends and family.

I had to move on short notice and was so happy I called Unified Van Lines. They moved me on Thanksgiving- they were awesome! They were super careful with my things - including a huge antique mirror and could not have been nicer. They set the bed up and were careful to not scratch any walls or other furniture. I have moved 5 times in the past 7 years - this was by far the BEST moving experience I have ever had. Thank you Unified Van Lines!!!

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