Unified Van Lines

USDOT # 2956586
110.1 Wilso Drive
Baltimore, MD 21223
Baltimore
Maryland
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Fantastic movers and great company to do business with! They have an excellent customer service, the moving team showed up right on time and were friendly, fast, and efficient. Great experience in general!

They handled my furniture carefully and were very communicative throughout.They provided wardrobe boxes, tape, shrink wrapped. They finished up, and quickly got moving to the next location. I definitely recommend this company, and will hire them again the next time I move.

I must say that this company has an excellent service! Their customer rep was amazing -she answered all my questions, gave me useful tips and supported me during the moving process.
Our crew did a great job, they showed up on time and were extremely professional. From scheduling to move day, this was the smoothest moving experience my family has ever had. I highly recommend them for moving

My overall experience was very positive. The customer support was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. The movers were attentive to my needs, quick and professional. None of my belongings were broken or scratched. Great job! Thanks!

Have had nothing but good experiences with Unified Van Lines. We hired them them for a large-scale office relocation and all their services were great. We will use them again for our next seasonal move. Highly recommend these guys!

I contacted Unified Van Lines and was pleasantly surprised with my experience from the moment I spoke to their customer representative to the final delivery. Everything was simply amazing. The guys were quick, careful and extremely professional.

They helped me out so much during my last move. I was busy running errands while they meticulously packed everything I own and loaded them onto their van. I received the delivery on time and believe me when I tell you that everything I own was delivered in perfect condtion.

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.

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