When moving on the Big Island, it pays to work with someone who knows the island inside and
out. You need a mover who’s familiar with the different neighborhoods, these include things like:
- Narrow streets and roads, which can prevent access or limit parking
- Steep roads and driveways that can be difficult to negotiate with larger equipment
- Missing or difficult-to-see street signage and mile markers
- Growing traffic and congestion, especially in and around Hilo town and Kailua-Kona
As you get farther from the town center, roads do get narrower, but they’re nothing our crews
haven’t navigated before. Hawaiian Paradise Park is a major hub of activity on the windward
side of the Big Island. There are still plenty of undeveloped pieces of property in this planned
community, and residents love its rural feel.
In Hawaiian Paradise Park, some roads are managed by the HOA however, if you live down one
of the unpaved roads or your driveway won’t accommodate larger equipment—just let our team
know. Moving on Hilo to the Mountain View area can involve similar small and even one-lane
In the residential areas of Hawaiian Beaches, the roads can get a bit narrow—and we may
choose to use smaller trucks if space is tight around your house. In cases like these, moving on
The Big Island we’ll ferry your items to a staging area and load on a larger truck.
When moving to Hilo – Āinaloa, we’ve learned they’re updating roads from gravel to paved,
which can mean pretty consistent street work in the area. Our experienced crews know how to
navigate in construction areas!
The Hāmākua Coast is a site of frequent construction to upgrade the island’s transportation
infrastructure. Narrow, one-lane bridges and sharp turns like ʻĀhualoa into Māmalahoa Highway.
Also for example, Hawaii Belt Road can make for challenging navigation, especially in larger
Fern Acres Community Association is at work on widening shoulders, improving drainage, and
clearing trees and vegetation that may restrict access in some places, road quality and access
still varies from property to property.
When you reach out for a quote, we’ll walk you through a few questions to determine the best
plan for accessing your home easily—and safely.