Compare rates. Thanks to the internet, you don’t even have to pick up the phone to get Hawaii moving quotes. Of course, you have the option of choosing a full-service mover and letting them do it all (at a high price), but you’ll save big by doing some of the work on your own and using a “you pack, we drive” service like U-Pack! It’s the service customers call “the cheapest way to move to Hawaii.”
Here’s how U-Pack compares to full-service:
While full-service is convenient because you don’t do anything, it comes at a high price. Even if you can afford to move to Hawaii with a full-service moving company, you might not be willing to compromise transit time or security of your belongings. With full-service, your belongings could take 15-60 days to arrive in Hawaii. Your belongings could also be transferred or co-mingled with others’ household belongings moving to Hawaii.
So, you can see that U-Pack is the best way to move to Hawaii. You do the loading and unloading, but U-Pack does the driving (and ocean transportation)! It’s a win-win that keeps your Hawaii moving cost low. Once placed on the ship, it usually takes 7-8 days for your belongings to arrive in Hawaii. Plus, U-Pack never transfers or comingles your belongings.
If you like the idea of full-service, you can add moving help to one or both ends of your move, and your final price with U-Pack will almost always be less than a traditional full-service mover.
U-Pack offers three kinds of Hawaii moving equipment:
- A ReloCube (moving container) designed for small moves.
- A 40 ft. ocean container designed for large moves.
- A 28 ft. moving trailer designed for any size move (you only pay for the space you use).
As you can read above, U-Pack is the cheapest way to move to Hawaii. Get a free moving quote from U-Pack and start comparing to traditional moving options today.
Have a question? Leave a comment or call 800-413-4799 to speak to a U-Pack moving specialist about your upcoming Hawaii move. We drive. You save. ®
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