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 are fast, careful, super nice and very reliable. These guys are not rock bottom in terms of rates, but they are so fast but careful that the all-in cost and experience was definitely worth it.A big Thanks

These guys were wonderful. They moved us quickly with attention to detail. They took such care of our furniture and property. The workers were very nice and respectful.

they movers came in and killed it! I work nights and we had to move early in the morning. So I was basically useless. These guys busted their asses for7 hours straight with their own truck and equipment.

These guys were the absolute best. Truly the best movers I've ever had -- and I've moved a lot. Made my short, in-neighborhood move a real breeze. Kind, friendly, competent, careful, respectful and fast!

They were friendly, fast, efficient and made me feel very at ease. The price was exactly as quoted and no extras were tossed in like other companies have tried. I would recommend them to anyone that wants a pleasant moving experience. )

They handled everything with care and wrapped anything delicate or scratchable in blankets and plastic wrap. They didn't even bother me when my table wouldn't fit through my door.They just removed them carefully and reattached them in my new place!!!

:) These guys were the best. They came to look at my place and evaluate ahead of time.The guys were all nice and pleasant and, unlike most moving companies I have experienced, everyone smelled nice!

5 stars! Absolutely the best moving experience I've had, and would recommend them to anyone. They was fantastic and crew was really great.

Thanks!They were great and very professional, on time, and efficient for the entire 7 hour move.

They showed up when they said they would and They did what they said they would do.They are professional, honest and friendly.They are meticulous, well organized, and they care..absolutely care.Thank you!

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