The sheer size of the Big Island can make navigation difficult. Add to that the varying quality and size of the roads—and elevation changes—and it’s no wonder that a Big Island relocation can come with its share of challenges.
When you’re doing a move on the Big Island, you want someone who’s familiar with navigating all of these challenges. On the Kona (leeward) side of the island, these include things like:
- Narrow streets and roads that restrict navigation and offer limited parking
- Steep roads and driveways that are tough to negotiate with larger equipment
- Low-hanging wires that can prevent access in certain areas
- Traffic and congestion, especially in and around Kailua-Kona
On the Kona side, it stays pretty dry compared to what you’ll see on the Hilo (windward) side. However, every now and then a good storm will kick up some serious wind and rain, which can add yet another complication.
We’ve had offices in Kailua-Kona and Hilo since 2001. In all that time, we’ve managed these issues—and plenty more—to deliver safe, easy, and affordable Big Island moves. We’ve executed moves in and around Kona—and beyond—including: