Unified Van Lines

USDOT # 2956586
110.1 Wilso Drive
Baltimore, MD 21223
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They packed and wrapped everything so well. I could see how careful they were. We knew immediately that we had hired the best. My girlfriend had some nice jewelry, and some of her living room decorations. Everything stayed intact! These guys were on time, so friendly and kind. Also, very professional and efficient

They even put together a few things and did not charge me extra for that. Great service! I was thrilled. All my things were intact, nothing got damaged or broken. These people are so professional.

They were extremely fair with the price and the workers really went out of their way to make it an even better experience!All of my stuff arrived in the same condition that it left in and the workers truly cared.The whole company is very clean and organized in their procedures, which helped me to trust them.

Trust me, they won my heart.Its a good company.They are very organized and very clean. I came home little late as I was busy at work and my friends were waiting for me with these guys, when they saw me tired they started helping me with my stuff and they gave me small boxes to pack my important stuff together and helped my loading my small luggage in my car. They did not break a single thing of my house.Everything fits perfectly in their large truck.Thank You!

They did our move in few hours and were so good at moving our furniture and didn't scratch anything at all, so proficient! I would totally recommend them and they are absolutely worth the price!

My first move went rough however they moved me a year later and it was awesome. Andrew made sure my furniture was taken care of and they made my move easy!

These guys were amazing. It was hot and they had to move things uphill to get them to the truck but didn't complain. On time, super friendly, and no issues at all with the move. Thank you!!! good job!

This company is the best! They communicate with no problem and they understand your needs. Thanks for making my move simple!

These people know their job and know what they are doing. They helped us with packing with grace and patience. They were very professional, respectful, expert, and understanding. They are above five star!

They did a great job and made a move I was not looking forward to a pleasure.The team works together well and they send over more than you think you need but glad you have all the man power. Its a really good job.

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