The National League South club, who missed out on promotion on penalty kicks last May, have struck a big sponsorship deal.
They will re-name the stadium the Jezzards Beveree Stadium after an agreement with the local estate agents.
Vice chairman and commercial director Jacques Le Bars said: “It is a fast expanding local business, and a near neighbour, so we are really pleased that they have joined us in our efforts to drive the football club forward.
“The team at Jezzards love their football and understand the importance of a club like Hampton in the local community, and we hope this is the start of a long relationship which will benefit us all.”
The Beavers will hope to start producing at their re-named home after a slow start.
But Tuesday's 3-2 win at St Albans City, the first under new manager Gary McCann, has given the Beavers a huge lift.
They hope for a first home victory of the season over Chelmsford City on Saturday.