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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Your services were so wonderful.You did something that was truly amazing. During the movement, you ensure fast speed without compromising on the quality of services offered. The service Unified Van Lines gave me is world class and I would recommend them at any time.

Their care for my things, the quality of their work and their dedication towards my satisfaction as well as their reasonable pricing made me realize why everyone is commending and recommending Unified Van Lines. The way they handled my clothes, some of my decors and the brittle pieces of furniture proved to me that these people are not only professionals but experienced experts. If anyone close to me will be relocating, I will recommend Unified Van Lines without thinking twice about it.

I cannot express how delighted I am after what Unified Van Lines did for me. I was ready for mistakes and could hardly put in consideration that somebody could do it that perfectly. I love how they were careful to make sure everything was done conveniently. For sure they ran the relocation industry. Keep up the good work!

Great company, exceptional service, I used them when I was moving to another home we bought. Will definitely use their services again. Job well done!

Unified Van Lines is nothing short of amazing! I wish I could give them more than 5 stars. I had originally booked another local moving company but they never showed up. I was in utter panic and gave Unified Van Lines a call and they were more than willing to help me out in a desperate time. They took care of all my moving needs from extra boxes, packing supplies and a huge moving truck. Their customer service is fantastic from the people on the phones to the movers. All very friendly and knowledgeable. I wont hesitate to call them back again for my next move. In my opinion this is the best moving company around. You don't have to worry about hidden fees (like you do with other companies or when you do it yourself) and they just put your mind at ease which is great because moving is usually such a hectic and stressful situation. If you are looking for the best moving company in town call Unified you wont be disappointed.

First of all let me just say how frustrating moving can be!

I called another moving company (which will remain unnamed) a month ago to reserve a slot.

Three days before the move the other company calls and tells me they mixed up the booking sheet and they have to cancel my scheduled move!

Mind you, this is 3 days before the move.
The move is on the 30th (everyone and their mama is moving on the 30th).

The only thing I could do was search around.
The first company I called was Unified Van Lines.

I loved my moving cordinator.
He was warm, inviting, patient, and accommodating.
He booked me for the 30th and was thorough with all the company's policies.

I am actually happy this happened because I get to experience the awesome moving experience everyone raves about!

They brought plenty of blankets to protect our furniture, lots of extra care was paid to making sure our stuff was not damaged, yet they were incredibly speedy with loading and unloading. Everything you hope your moving experience to be, was with Unified Van Lines. I'm referring them to all of my friends. We fed our crew breakfast and lunch (was a 2-day move) and tipped them well because they EARNED it. We got MUCH more than we paid for from Unified Van Lines. Thank you for making this moving experience the best one we had!!

They have helped me so much. Just recently, my grandma had to move to Rialto, knowing her, she is a VERY picky person and I thought I would recommend this place to her since she has had struggles with past moving companies and let me tell you, she absolutely loved Unified Van Lines and it is hard to please her. She was happy about how much they treated her things, with care of course, and how professional they were. Overall, such an amazing company and it defiantly deserves a 5 star!

They did a great job relocating all my furniture. No damages and great customer service! Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for movers.

I've moved around enough in my life to know that it is nothing short of a headache, this time around I decided to seek help from a moving company and boy do I wish I would have seeked this help for my prior moves! Before I came across Unified Van Lines, I got in contact with a few other companies but many of the prices were not reasonable and they didn't seem to fit my needs, but when I found Unified Van lines it felt like a perfect match!

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