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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When I decided using the services of this company, I thought they would do everything in a slow way, as any other company. I was surprised how skilled they are and did my moving in an efficient way. The workers are so skilled and do their job so quickly. Really, I was admired!

Planning and organizing a moving is not an easy thing especially when you have children and pets))) We decided to make our life easier and used the services of this company. They are real professionals, know what they do and can really communicate with people. Our moving went fine and all the issues were closed.

Unified Van Lines is the best! They work great, the prices are great and they listen to the clients! They did the packing and the moving and so many other things, I did nothing, I had fun! They care about their clients so much and it is not about the money, it is about the attitude.

The office staff was very polite and very supportive as was the sales person who came out to the house. They also offered areas of flexibility which a couple other movers were less interested in doing. The actual movers were very polite and for the most part hard working. They obviously appreciate tips but I never got any pressure or sense of expectations in this area.

WE HAD 2 MOVES TO OUR NEW HOME. FROM STORAGE ON ONE DAY, AND FROM OLD ADDRESS 2 DAYS LATER. ALL 4 MEN WERE RESPECTFUL AND COURTEOUS. THE OFFICE STAFF WAS VERY HELPFUL. WE HAD DELAY AFTER DELAY MOVING, AND SHE WAS SO KIND AND HELPFUL. GREAT COMPANY.

The moving team could not have been any better!!! Very professional and took their time to do everything correctly. I could not have asked for a better moving group, young men doing their job very well. Thank you Unified Van Lines!!! I will call again if I need anything moved....and I will certainly recommend your company.

They worked hard and took great care with our furniture and home. We had a large move, and they worked hard and efficiently. They were professionals and very nice and courteous. It was all perfect, and I appreciate.

The weather conditions were horrible during our move. The movers worked efficiently and as carefully as they could. They had a lot of great personality and were super pleasant. The only downfall to our move was the weather and the snow/water it tracked into our new house. There was really no way around it though sadly. Even if they guys tried to wear footies it would have taken more time. Overall great move.

We recently used Unified Van Lines for our move and the gentlemen were excellent! They treated my stuff like their own and there was not a single scratched or broken item. They were polite and courteous and everything was completed in a timely manner despite my old apartment having multiple hallways and elevators to navigate through. I will definitely use them again in the future and recommend them to my family and friends .

I was impressed by how much care they took with our property. They were able to figure out how to get our furniture around corners to go where we wanted, including a piano and a king size bed. Thanks for the good service.

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