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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I have full belief that these people are pros. When I sought their services few days back, they were there for me. I needed quick services and they were available to help me with that. They were in control of the relocations. They managed the process in such an amicable way. I was worried about my electronics but their carefulness and dedication ensured there were no damages. They know how to handle customers. Always ensuring their happiness!

I thank my best friend Dylan for such a perfect referral. Being able to move to California without any stress was an amazing experience for me. These guys were very kind hearted, professional, and were willing to assist me in the best way possible. They went beyond their duty and assisted me to carry some things they were not supposed to.

I hired out the perfect team. With such perfection in their relocations, I am positive about hiring them out next time. For me, moving using their services was something so perfect for me. They were willing to do everything just to ensure I was safe and perfect. It was such a cool experience and I would love them to continue in a similar way.

I'd like to thank Unified for making my recent move one of the smoothest moves ever. They were prompt, prepared, and friendly. Overall, I was very impressed.

These guys are fast too! They had our stuff wrapped up snug and tight and had it loaded before I knew it. I know that moving during the winter is cold but these guys just pushed forward. Would definitely use them again!

These guys are great! They showed up on time, great communication through out the whole ordeal. It took the pain out of moving. Thanks Unified Van Lines

Overall, they are very friendly and efficient, non-stop constantly. Work very very hard! Absolutely appreciate their help! Will definitely come back and request their help in the future! Thanks

Omg this is the best moving company I have ever had .. I'm a serial mover and this company was over the top Such great customer service at the office .. I changed my move three times and they accommodated me every time. The guys who came were so amazing !! They worked fast and hard . I seriously can't even say how awesome this company was.. Not only was it Great service it was so affordable

I needed some help moving and found these guys. I'm super glad to have hired them because a lot of other companies are just careless and don't put any care into your belongings but these guys were great. If I were to ever move again (hopefully not for a while) I know who to call

I had a pretty great experience today, two gentlemen helped me move into my apartment. They were extremely respectful of my belongings, including the cat... lol! I would definitely recommend this business to anyone looking for a stress free move!

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