When moving to Kona, we know many residents have steep, unpaved driveways, which require careful navigation – including Kahaluu-Keauhou, Captain Cook, and Honaunau-Napoopoo.
Add to that the varying quality and size of the roads—and elevation changes—and it’s no wonder that a Kona relocation can come with its share of challenges. A big consideration during a move on Kona is traffic, but our drivers are experts at managing their equipment in even the busiest conditions.
As you head toward the residential neighborhoods in Kalaoa, the roads get a little narrower. This might make it tough for our crews to access your home, so we’ll discuss the right approach during your consultation.
Waikoloa Village wide streets generally lend themselves to a simple move. However, if you have special circumstances (or particularly fragile items that need extra care) our experts will happily create a plan
Our team also specializes in moves to Kohala. Whether you’re living on a paved road close to Waimea town or you’ve got a more rugged road for us to navigate, our teams can assist. That also includes the remote areas of Hawi & Kapaau.
Since 2001, we’ve moved individuals and families all over the Big Island. Local moves, interisland moves, and mainland moves—we handle them all.