An island move isn’t like other moves, especially when you’re moving to Hawaii from the mainland. Things you need to consider go far beyond just when to move and where to move on Hawaii. For example:
- What’s the best way to ship a car to Hawaii ? (And do you even need to ship your car?)
- What’s the best way to move pets to Hawaii? (And what kind of pets can you even bring? For example, snakes are illegal in Hawaii and won’t be able to make the move at all.)
- What’s the best way to ship furniture and other belongings to Hawaii?
- What kind of homeowner’s or renter’s insurance should you buy in Hawaii?
Contrary to popular perception, moving from the mainland to Hawaii is not — rather, should not be — an adventure. It’s a complicated logistical undertaking that requires weeks (usually months) of planning by you/your family/your business, and experienced professionals on all sides of the equation.
As part of The DeWitt Companies, Royal Hawaiian Movers can help you from start to finish: from the earliest strategic planning to the last box unpacked. We can even set up your furniture exactly how you like.
We have offices, teams, and trucks on all four major islands, and can help with everything from loading and unloading, to freight forwarding, to furniture breakdown and reassembly, to storage, and even guidance on logistics, legalities, and local culture and customs, all of which can vary based on the island you’re moving to! Learn more about:
Moving to Oahu
Moving to Maui
Moving to Kauai
Moving to the Big Island (Hilo)
Moving to the Big Island (Kailua-Kona)
We’re happy to consult with you ahead of time, share our experience and address every detail known and perhaps currently unknown, and help ensure that your move to paradise is a paradise in itself.
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