Unified Van Lines
Moving with Unified Van Lines
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Monday Thru-Friday: 9:00-18:00
They got our whole unit loaded up in about an hour, for our 2 bedrooms worth of stuff. They also extra wrapped my family's tansu. They got everything into our new place really quickly, as well. All in all it was great and we would def recommend their services.
Every staff of Unified Van Lines was professional in what they did, and I was treated with honesty and respect from the start to the end of the process. They showed great skills packing and loading my things into their van. I was very delighted by their approach of focusing on customer satisfaction. If we can all use Unified Van Lines, no one will ever again complain about a bad relocation experience.
They're always available to answer questions and concerns. If you're in the Bay, set up an appointment and you won't be disappointed They also sent a very thorough email with all the information, great at following up, and easy paperwork.
The guys were AMAZINGLY fast and efficient. They were respectful and very careful with our furniture. They did a great job disassembling and reassembling the large pieces of furniture. They even helped move two of our closets!
We were moving apartments within the same building that had a small elevator, and we had A LOT of furniture: TV, TV stand, l-shaped couch, heavy large dresser, heavy queen sized bed, desk, monitor.They were punctual and had arrived early - they notified us that they were ready whenever we were and for us to take our time! :)
The team was professional and easy to work with. They showed up on time, worked hard, and finished early. Nothing was broken nor damaged. It was a very smooth move thanks to them.
We moved from our house to an apartment while we are remodeling our house. I was looking for a moving company that was reasonably priced, provided good quality service, and was easy to work with. I was delighted with the results.Thank you!
The guys disassembled our bed frame and put it back together in our new place. Throughout the entire move, the team had a great attitude and solid communication with us.
Very professional, good spirited,respectful, they never stopped working, hard, and were well coordinated despite the destination being an older building with a tight stairwell entrance.Thanks a lot!
For something which is typically painful, these guys made it super easy and all the while with a smile on their face.I hope I don't have to be moving again soon, but when I do, I know I'll be back to these guys!
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