Unified Van Lines

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

Moving with Unified Van Lines

THE COMPANY OPENING HOURS

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




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Last month, I was given work transfer. Thanks to my best friend Matt who referred me to this relocation company and told me to trust them. I believed in him and I have never regretted that decision; not even a single moment. They relocated me like professionals and I was so grateful that they had made it happen. They were humble, diligent enough and above all very cooperative. Undoubtedly, I will hire out Unified Van Lines again if there is need for relocations.

Have always been afraid of move-but this time it was awesome! The guys were so nice and did everything impeccably. So much furniture from a big apartment with no problems. The movers are real professionals! Was happy to choose this company

The big move went well! Professionally,fast and with excellent equipment. The staff are friendly and patient.They were so careful with my belongings and nothing was damaged. I was very happy having chosen this company. Thank you!

Unified Van Lines is the best mover I have come around so far. Among the multiple relocation companies that I have hired out in the past, this is the most reliable. They came minutes to 8:00 am and immediately embarked on the work. After finishing, they loaded everything nicely and perfectly. Upon arrival at my new apartment, they did the offloading quickly and even helped me out with the arrangement of various properties. By the time they were done, it was a complete success.

They were professional, efficient, and friendly even though it was the coldest day of the year so far. This was our second move with Unified and we would certainly use them again.

I got a great estimate from Unified Van Lines moving company, and I went ahead and booked them.This review is for the pickup/packing part of the moving.The gentleman I worked with called me the day before the scheduled move date, and he was very professional.

They packed my entire 1300sf apartment and moved it in one day, in less time than I imagined.From the ease of making the appt, to the time they arrived at my door, all promises were kept.

I was so impressed when I hired them out. When they say they are going to make things happen, they do exactly that. Right from the moment we talked to the coordinator to the very last moment when they were leaving, I was all happy. The services were exclusive and the way in which they handled it was awesome.

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