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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The movers did a great job! The moving team showed up on time and was very courteous. They tried their best to ensure there were no disappointments. They were also very concerned about damaging my furniture. I would recommend Unified Van Lines anytime.

I feared it. You can not control everything, you have to be on alert and worry about each and every box you are to move. My friend introduced me to this mover. I loved the team working thing in this company. The moving team showed up on time. I appreciate the fact that the movers were careful enough to ensure nothing wrong happened during the relocation. Thanks so much.

Great after the move customer service. I've done three moves with them so far and will continue using them in the future!

Team were great! On time, great service, and friendly too. Would definitely use their moving services again!

Movers showed up on time and they were very professional. They took good care of our furniture and wrapped everything very well. Thank you Unified Van Lines!

My friends advised me to hire Unified Van Lines. That was the best decision ever, as the company took care of me and my moving. The company prove its loyalty and quality. They are very careful and you can be sure in the success of the moving.

Everything was clear from the very beginning. I called, we set the date, they came and did the moving. They have so many options for the moving and they offer you so many plans and ideas. I could choose out of a wide range of possibilities and I liked that. I did my businesses all the time and they did the moving without even once interrupting me.

Great team of four worked really hard and took good care of our stuff. Highly recommend Unified Van Lines ! Thanks a lot!!!

The move was a very good move. Using a company is so much better than take all your friends to help you to move. These guys worked quickly and efficiently. They come and pack and take and even unpack afterwards. They are professionals and they know how to help you even in the most difficult situation.

I bought the deal on yelp and forgot to use it! But the people that make this company are the BEST! I can't believe how nice they are. There isn't anything I can review except to say these folks are the best! Please consider Unified Van Lines when you want to move!

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