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 just called Unified Van Lines for more information about pricing and I ended up to confirm the appointment for my moving day.Jessica was really friendly and super efficient! Great Service. I'm looking forward to move and I'll update my review after the big day.

These friends had hoarding tendencies not unlike mine so I knew my belongings would be in good hands when I booked! There are a lot of details to go over when you embark upon the daunting task of a cross country move, and Unified Van Lines has it all figured out so you don't have to fret about it. I pored over every section on their website that detailed should be done in preparation for the move and made sure I did it.Really impressive. Thank you!!

They had extra supplies on hand and helped us get everything packed and over to our new place in great time.The crew was fast and professional and did an awesome job moving our stuff from our old apartment into a three story house without damaging the walls in the new place at all.All in all, a painless experience!

Awesome company. Timely and strong talented movers who got our heavy furniture up 15 stairs. They were careful not to make marks on the walls. They worked their butts off. I would highly recommend them to anyone who is moving.

If you don't want your things to be damaged, then work with this mover. They people know how to do a job that is just perfect. It was a big move and the mover work until the job was complete. They worked incredibly hard, were very respectful of us and our things. I want to say thank you to this great mover.

I want to tell about these movers that Unified Van Lines are real professionals, they work like a clock and know how to do the job well. They did everything in a fast way. I gave directions and got a wonderful result. We did nothing thanks to guys!

They moved all my belongings without any hitch or glitch. It was a very nice experience collaborating with them and they made sure that all my things were in good condition by the end of the relocation. The staffs were friendly and helpful all the while and would gladly recommend them to my friends and family.

Jessica at Unified Van Lines did a great job walking me through the services available. She explained how the move would work and promptly sent more information. She was very informative and thorough. And team very professionals and very friendly! Thank you so much guys! I really will be recommend your company!

I have had to move 3 times in the last year due to life circumstances. Each time I used Unified Van Lines because they are kind, courteous, efficient and just get the job done! A big thank you to them for making all these transitions a lot easier. And hopefully I don't have to use you again soon! But if I do move again in the future you will be the first number I call, Thanks again.

What made me happy though (and kept me from stressing too much) was the excellent customer service I got from Unified Van Lines, who helped coordinate my move.They arrived with my stuff on the first day that I had coordinated with my new building, and aside from a couple minor dings that I'm not sure Unified Van Lines actually caused, everything was in good shape.

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