Unified Van Lines
Moving with Unified Van Lines
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Monday Thru-Friday: 9:00-18:00
Outstanding job wit my big move.A very smooth transition to my new apartment. They went above and beyond all my expectations.Thorough, fast, friendly and really professionally.Will be using them definitely again!
I would recommend this company to anybody!A flawless experience.Careful,helpful,friendly staff.Efficient and fast. They took extreme care about my furniture and we got everything in perfect condition and on time.
They say, moving is a disaster, yes, it is. But this company is really great! It was so easy and fast to move when you hired the right people. They did their job very fast and perfect. My family were happy as well!
Best experience, will never regret that hired this company.From start to finish smoothly,safe,tidy.Very efficient and friendly staff.No damage and loss.Reasonable price.
If you want your move to be smooth-i would highly recommend this company. Packing-moving-unpacking went well. I got my belongings without damage and nothing got lost.Careful,fast,on time. Very nice staff.
I expected it to be so stressful-tbut turned out so easy!Everything from the hiring process went well. The crew was so careful with my belongings-packing and loading services were really awesome. Will always.recommend them!
Everything went quickly without delays. I was very worried about my porcelain set-but nothing was broken.The staff is professional, nice and supporting.Very careful, nothing got lost.Good equipment . Smoothly and on time. Excellent job
Fast,professional and on time! Was choosing the proper moving company for so long-and will never regret. The experience was positive-perfect equipment and tools, careful, courteous and friendly team,open for any communication and so responsible!
The company is the perfect solution for such lazybones as me. Just make a call and all of your problems are settled. I saw that the movers were very careful and everything went ok and nothing was broken.
They came highly recommended by several trusted friends of mine who had recently used them. These friends had hoarding tendencies not unlike mine so I knew my belongings would be in good hands when I booked!
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