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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Great move!! As someone who moves a lot, it's important that things go smoothly. My team was courteous, quick, and took good care of my things. Thanks

Wow! All three of our movers rocked. They cared and had wonderful attitudes. We also had a weather delay and they adjusted the move to make it safe for all. Thank you!

The team that moved my stuff from Frisco to Dallas did an over the top excellent job. I could not be more happy with the process from start to finish. Thank you for the great work.

This is the second move we've used with Unified Van Lines. I was provided a quote and was very thorough. We received a lower quote from another company but they explained our belongings could easily spill into two trucks. We opted for a second truck and it made the move go much quicker and provided us more flexibility since we were on a tight timeline. We ended up finishing in less time and for much less than we thought. Very nice and courteous movers.

The company has very polite people working for them and they always offer help and try to find the cheapest and the most convenient solution to all your problems. And I thank the perfect team for helping me with the moving.

Our movers were very respectful in every way. Very accommodating and made sure we were happy with their service. Thank you

The office staff was courteous and very thorough as we talked about pricing, estimates, and scheduling the date. We were very comfortable with the movers in our home and handling our furnishings. They worked efficiently, were kind to my small children, and treated our property like it was their own. We definitely recommend Unified Van Lines. Would we hire them again? Absolutely!

Guys took good care of us. Furniture was moved without a problem. Put boxes where we asked. Pretty much met the time estimated.

I used to think that a company would never do the moving well. I was wrong. Unified Van Lines helped me to understand that and I am glad I found such a great company. It's great when some other people do the job for you.

When I called Unified Van Lines, I liked the way they communicated with me and the way they answered my questions. They gave me the plan of the moving. They have their style and they have the techniques and equipment and so many other great things. They were great in action!

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