Pc-PartX, an independent Rotherham family business, has moved into new, larger premises with funding support from NatWest.
It has relocated to the corner of Bawtry Road and Cross Street at Bramley close to the M18 and M1, and the new shop is stocked full of products for gaming, business and home PC users.
Pc-PartX provides a range of services including PC and laptop repair, support and installation, hard drive back up, data recovery, virus removal and same day screen repairs.
Other services available in store are iPhone, iPad and iPod screen repairs and game console repairs.
The shop also includes an open tech-bay as well as facilities to show off the new home automation solutions theatre section – Complete Smart Home Solutions area and a Gadgi-tech centre for all iPhone/iPad parts and accessory needs.
Paul Middleton, owner of Pc-PartX, said: “I have a background in motorcycling. I was a regional operations manager for a motorcycle business.
“I left the business and went to college then university and did a few different jobs before I got a call saying Pc-PartX was available.
“Five years on the business is still going strong and we have moved to larger premises on the main Bawtry Road which is great.”
Pc-PartX employs three people and two apprentices, a figure Paul hopes to increase following the move.
When the time came to obtain funding for the new premises, Paul turned to NatWest relationship manager Stuart MacLaren for support.
Stuart obtained a six-figure loan to facilitate as part of the Government-backed Funding for Lending scheme.
Paul said: “Stuart has been brilliant to work with. He has gone a step further than expected for us to ensure we obtained funding to meet our business goals. He has been doing the job for a long time and has a good relationship with his team.”
Stuart added: “I was delighted to support Pc-PartX on its purchase of new premises as part of it business aspirations.
“It’s a great business which continues to thrive and I wish the business every success for the future.”