Unified Van Lines

USDOT # 2956586
110.1 Wilso Drive
Baltimore, MD 21223
Baltimore
Maryland
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They explained the forms which were short and concise. They worked without a break from the time they arrived, till the time they left our home and till the final drop-off. Not one piece was damaged. Not one wall scratched.

I was so happy with this move. I was also able to donate an organ that I had been told could not be donated, but your crew recommending we take it to Good Will. They were fast, kind, and thorough. I will definitely use them again.

Their packing skills were amazing and they were very prompt. They followed my every instruction and never complained or asked for a break. Not even a glass was broken when they made the delivery. I have to commend them for being so efficient and hardworking.

Amazing Moving Company-Very professional and Friendly movers From start to finish, these guys made our move completely painless. They responded to my quote request the same day (within a couple hours, actually), showed up on time for the move, and the movers themselves were polite

I was thrilled with this move and moving or furniture within the house. I was also able to donate an organ that I had been told could not be donated, but your crew recommending we take it to Good Will. They were fast, kind, and thorough. I will definitely use them again when we sell the house. God bless all of you!

I had a great day of move with Unified Moving. I knew these guys were well but they just exceeded our expectation. The strong guys arrived on time and worked like that is nothing to them. We had so many furniture and delicate antiques.

They were very polite and courteous , would highly recommend this moving company. Their reputation exceeds them. Would refer to anyone looking to move with a company you can trust to do the job.

The movers were so hard working. They said they might go over on time because there was a little difficulty moving my couch but they finished up right on the quote time!

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