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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I would like to thank Unified Van Lines! The prices was lower than the other companies gave me, and the quality was very good. The work was done very carefully and didn't take long. It will exceed all your expectation!

I really love this company, best choice ever. My husband and I bought a house and moving out was a headache until one of my co workers recommended to me Unified Van Lines. Thank you for your great services I am so thankful with this company because they took care of my belongings and the most important thing is they took care of me as a client I was satisfied with this company the price was very good, the employees are so friendly and professional always willing to work things out for the benefit of the client. The quality of their services is so awesome. If I decide to move out again I will definitely, contact Unified to take care thank you guys!!!

Me and my family recently relocated back to California from Arizona,as you know know moving can be a hassle but this moving company was amazing I have worked with several moving companies in the past and they had the best customer service and they moved my belongings with care I would definitely work with this moving company again.

I just moved this weekend from my 3-bedroom house in Atwater Village to a 2-story Condo in Panorama city to be closer to work. I'm out here in LA by myself so I definitely needed to reach out to a moving company. My friend recommended this moving company after she used them when moving after college.

My move was sudden, but one phone call with Unified made me feel really secure about the move. I hadn't used a moving company before so this was a new experience for me. These guys were really careful with my things ( I have a lot of furniture ).

Probably going to use them again when I buy my first house in LA next year.

Thanks to the team for their work, which they did very quickly. They all packed neatly and loaded into the truck. All my things were neatly delivered to the new house! I'll definitely call you again when I move. Thank you for everything!

Great job. When I called this company, which my friends advised me, I made sure that they were really the best. Perfect attitude to you and your things! I recommend!

I had to move from San Gabriel Valley to San Fernando quickly. This is the the only company who was eager to help. Their pricing is great compared to the other companies I called. They also gave me a discount for being a nice customer. All my stuff was delivered without damage! Very rare nowadays. I highly recommend them! 5+!

This guys did an awesome job! Their staff was professional and courteous. They were on time and took very good care of my furniture. I would highly recommend using this company if you are looking for movers that care.

When I called this company to get some information when I was planning to move, they were a great help. The customer service they provided was very satisfying. They seemed very promising so I decided to go with them. That's one decision I would never regret . They helped me plan my moving and it went way easier than I thought it would. The movers took all my burden on their shoulders and helped me step by step from packing to which furniture to move first and to great opinion with adjusting and placing it in a proper way. Very helpful and reliable company. The attitude of the movers were very comforting and gave really positive vibes. Experience with them was really promising and I wouldn't choose any other company if I plan on moving again. I would definitely recommend this to people who think moving is hectic because these guys make moving so much less hectic . One of the Great services provided.

Believe all the good reviews! These guys live up to their reputation. We had to move out of our 4br/2.5ba, 3100 sqft home and we were weren't sure if they could handle such a large move. They did a wonderful job and were very professional and responsive. Do not hesitate to use them.

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