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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They were very professional and moved fast! They took great care in moving our furniture and had a positive attitude the whole time!We are very satisfied with our move and would recommend this company to any of our friends. They was so nice!

They were highly motivated, professional, and friendly. Everything went smoothly, I didn't have to lift a finger. Will definitely use them again next time and would recommend them to anybody!

Bravo! Couldn't be happier with the service.
The guys did an excellent job. We were very happy we hired these folks.
Highly recommended.

I can proudly say that I have found the mover who I can use for all my relocation needs. When you let them move your things, you will feel it is the right thing to do, from the start of the process to its conclusion. These guys very caring, very respectful and very dedicated in what they do. All my things delivered safe and sound, thank you guys. Unified Van Lines are very dependable, use them.

When we got to our new home, the team unloaded as quickly as they loaded. They placed furniture, unwrapped it, and left everything in good condition. In short, I would highly recommend Unified Van Lines to family and friends, and we will be using them again.

The entire crew that helped me move was concerned with my satisfaction and the safety of my properties. they made everything fast and simple and I had no room for any anxieties. I was able to settle pretty fast in my residence. Simply put, the delivery was timely and efficient. I thank them for their superb job and will suggest them to everyone I know.

When they did arrive, it was like a force took over-- they worked quickly, efficiently, and professionally. There was essentially nothing for us to do. In fact, my wife and I sat down for a picnic lunch outside and rested for the first time in weeks.

This time my husband and I were moving from our apartment to a house. We had 2 storage units that also need to be moved and theyr was happy to accommodate our multiple pick up locations.They were very personable guys and were gentle will our belongings. We didn't have anything break or get damaged in transit.

Good experience with them. Very professional crew and staff.Only issue being of the follow up calls after your stuff has been picked up and in transit. Our stuff came in a little late than the window they promised us but they compensated us for that.

When Unified Van Lines arrived they asked for direction and followed through to our exact wants. Delivery and unloading went off without a hitch and finalizing the paperwork was detailed and easy to understand. I've moved around a lot and this was by far the most efficient and effective way to move ever.

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