Unified Van Lines

USDOT # 2956586
110.1 Wilso Drive
Baltimore, MD 21223
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (844) 600-2784
Company Site: Unifiedvanlines.com

Moving with Unified Van Lines


Monday Thru-Friday: 9:00-18:00
On weekends:
Sa: 10:00-4:00
So: Closed

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Awesome, awesome work. Super fast, professionally handled everything, did an excellent job of wrapping delicate items, and they even went to extra mile by dismantling and reassembling large items. I can't say enough good things and I'm pretty sure the price is unbeatable.

Outstanding service from initial phone call to driver's departing residence after move was complete. All those representing this Unified Van Lines location were professional in all their actions. Yes, I am a repeat customer and will happily continue to be such.

I could not have asked for a better experience! The representative who helped me reserve the move was very informative and easy to understand. She followed up before and after to make sure I was happy with everything. The movers were great! They arrived on time, worked fast, and efficient while handling heavy furniture during a winter move. I would use Unified Van Lines for another move. I would also recommend to others.

My movers gave me a rare peace of mind during my moving. Unified Van Lines respected our contract terms and did justice to my trust and money by providing me with very motivated and expert movers. The furniture and other important stuff were delivered in excellent condition and there is nothing really to complain about. They did a very good job on my relocation.

Unified Van Lines demonstrated excellent customer support service and were very helpful and resourceful throughout my move. They were very efficient and completed the moving on schedule. I loved their meticulousness and professionalism in service that gave me no head ache at all.

In Unified Van Lines sent a team of young and dedicated movers who handled everything carefully and professionally. They arrived in good time and everything went on as previously scheduled. They took great care of my things and were in total control of the entire process. I enjoyed working with their crew and I am very thankful.

This team from Unified Van Lines were AMAZING! I had to use them twice (first to move everything to storage and then for a second time to move everything into the apartment) and I couldn't have been more pleased.

These guys blew past my expectations and got my move done hours earlier than anticipated. Even though elevators were already being used by other movers, these guys knocked out all of our stuff walking up three flights of stairs.

I rarely give tips when offered services but I broke loose from the norm when I came across Unified Van Lines crew. They arrived at the appointed time and superbly did all the work with great care. By the end of the process, all my properties were as good as before the move. I was impressed with their reliable services and my property was transported to my desired destination within my convenience.

They arrived early enough on the day of transportation and we took quite a considerable time packing everything in the truck. The time taken to have the properties delivered was commendable. They were very kind and very prompt when attending to my concern. Looking at our working relationship, none could believe that we barely knew each other a few hours ago:) With the excellent services I was accorded, I have absolutely every reason to engage them the next time I need transportation services.

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