The renewable energy solutions company is moving to a bigger office located at 83 Rimrose Road in Bootle, Liverpool.
David Hunt, sales and marketing director at Eco Environments, said: "We're completing the move next week. Our new office is 7,500 sq ft which is much bigger than our current base which is also in Bootle. We've agreed on a private letting with a pension fund. We're currently in an industrial unit, less than 1,000 sq ft, within Millers Bridge Industrial Estate, which is still owned by Hurstwood. We want to grow the team in Liverpool."
Eco Environments works with construction companies to help install solar panels, wind turbines, and energy efficient lighting using a range of technologies.
The company has recently announced that it has expanded into Cumbria after opening an office at Ingleside House in Beacon Street, Penrith.
Hunt added: "The letting was again private and the office in Penrith is only small, but from this office we can better service our customers in Cumbria, North Lancashire and into the North East. Although our plans are to expand nationally, we have a belief that local is best. We will be recruiting the best people into our expanding regions, with the same passion, energy, commitment and customer focus as the existing team, but with an all important local knowledge.
"Stephen Gurney will be heading up the team in the region. For the past three years he has worked with a range of products and manufacturers gaining a great deal of knowledge of how to make buildings more sustainable, energy efficient, and reducing their carbon footprints."