The SME already has a workforce of nine, but thanks to its move, is looking to recruit new team members.
Previously based in Birmingham, the firm felt that congestion was a problem when connecting with key areas across Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
It is hoped that the move will also help improve connectivity.
Steve Dodd, contracts manager at Ensign Conservatory Roof Solutions, said: "This was a no-brainer.
"It was about accessibility and communications with Redditch offering a huge benefit given the road system and proximity to the motorway network. So we decided to relocate."
The conservatory firm relocated from Tyseley to 15 Thornhill Road in a deal brokered by property agents John Truslove.
Ian Parker, a director of John Truslove, said: "Ensign Conservatory Roof Solutions may only be comparatively small but their relocation should be a signal to others to follow suit.
"While traffic generally is getting worse, Redditch is in the centre of the country and at the heart of the motorway network.
"North Moons Moat is one of the premier business and industrial areas in the town on account of both the quality and scale of the development and of the ease with which the motorway network can be accessed.
"I would urge others to think how much congestion is costing them and look at making a similar switch."
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