Nuneaton Replacement Panels has been based at Corporation Street in the town centre for 35 years but was in need of a new space after diversifying the business into areas such as supplying paint and refinishing products.
Midlands-based commercial property surveyors Reeves & Partners had the answer in the shape of a new headquarters at Attleborough Fields, which is twice the size of the previous site.
The premises, which will include a showroom and a range of new equipment, is currently under refurbishment.
It is hoped that when it opens in January, it will support the continued increase in trade and could even create new jobs.
David House is the director at Nuneaton Replacement Panels. He felt the time was right for a change and when Attleborough Fields was presented to him he knew it provided the perfect location.
He said: “We have been in Corporation Street for 35 years now and have outgrown it in recent years.
“One of the main things we needed was more space for parking, both for staff and clients and the new site certainly has this.
“The new lines of business we have entered into will be supported by the fact that we will have the space to incorporate brand new equipment too.
“We had never had a showroom either so this will help to drive new business.
“Long term, this could also serve to create a number of new jobs in the area if we can continue to build up the business as we have done.
“Hopefully we will be here for at least another 25 years!”
Richard Pomfret, a director of Reeves & Partners, said it was vital that any town could offer successful firms room to expand.
He said: “Nuneaton Replacement Panels have established themselves as a company with a fine reputation over a number of years.
“For them to move after such a long time, it is important to ensure they find the premises that are absolutely perfect for them.
“Parking facilities were absolutely key for them and we were able to locate a site that is everything that they were looking for in this, and every other area.
“I would like to echo the sentiments of David and wish them all the best for their future in these new premises.”