“Not all Sunblinds are the same”
Since Henry Jordan opened his doors for business in 1817, Jordans has remained a family owned business.
We started as a Sailmaker and over the years, two world wars and six generations we have evolved the business as it is today, manufacturing and installing all types of Sunblinds and Security Shutters.
We have a dedicated team of skilled and experienced people in all departments with many years of experience in making and installing sunblinds and security shutters. Add to this parasols, heaters, cafe banners, screens, lighting and you can begin to appreciate that we specialise in all Al Fresco living to suit whatever is required.
We are a forward looking Company providing all types of Al Fresco systems for all circumstances. We make a wide range of Awnings, Canopies and Shading solutions for Cafe Bars, Restaurants, Pubs, Shops, Schools and the Home.
Something special for your home. Jordans can provide that extra special bespoke awning for your patio.
We have a Huge Range of Awnings incorporating all our experience to provide even more value for money for all situations. Each one made to measure in our Hull factory. They are practical and stylish, adding extra space to your home and providing that special protection from the suns damaging rays. Why go out of town when you can buy better and more competitively in Hull?
With Jordans fantastic collection of Awnings and Canopies, you can find the perfect Awning to suit your application. These include remote electric operation, integrated lighting and heating, sun and wind sensors, drop down valances and our new side blind system to provide all you would require to enjoy your awning throughout the year.
King Edward Street Hull
200 Years, 1817-2017 – Big Celebration for Jordans
Jordan's was founded in 1817 in Hull and at that time we were sailmakers servicing the Whaling Industry out of Hull. You could say that is it a far cry from our present day Industry of manufacture and installation of Sunblinds and Security Shutters but it has evolved through heavy industrial textiles in the shape of Sails, into Tarpaulins and all things using early fabrics. Sunblinds were a natural follow on and as diversification took place so we finally arrived where we are today. If that sounds simple it has to be remembered that the company survived two world wars during which time Hull suffered horrendous destruction.
Jordan's were relocated three times during the Second World War, compulsory purchased for a song and six male generations later we are still here to celebrate City of Culture in 2017. We are proud to be part of Hull and all that is good about Hull. Other companies have come and gone but in 2017 there can be few that will celebrate 200 years.