Antony Jordan

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About Antony Jordan

Jordan Enterprises was established in 1996. We specialize in converting outbuildings into offices and garage conversions. We position and fix RSJ, remove load baring walls, build partition walls, fit new kitchens, bathroom, wet rooms, patio/ french doors

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Antony Jordan rated for Bathroom fitter in Sandy


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09 May 2016


Tony was very professional and polite, he kept within timescales for the work, he got the job done to great satisfaction and was very reasonably priced. No messing just got straight in. Would definitely use him again and recommended highly for others. Thank you

, PE19

06 Feb 2016


Tony undertook a conversion of a rather sad looking damp porch and created a wonderful bright any airy extension to our hall. He managed to reuse the existing door and frame and matched the brick work perfectly. The quality of his workmanship is excellent. He is very good communicator and kept me informed about the project as it progressed. I would most certainly recommend him to my friends & family. In fact I already have.

, MK41

27 May 2015


Excellent work throughout. Tony made contact soon after we placed the ad and within days came to see the work required. Provided a detailed written quote which we considered very reasonable when compared to other "guestimates" we had been given. The work was carried out thoughtfully and to a high standard and was completed within the day. Very pleased with the result and his name and number is recorded for further use. Thank you Tony.

, MK45

29 May 2015

Carpenter / Joiner

Great job done on time, to the required standard and on budget

, PE19

23 Dec 2015


We chose Tony after having had 3 other quotes. He was the most competitively priced, but he also gave us the most confidence. He has basically rebuilt what was the garage and made a superb conversion. To say we are highly delighted with his work is a huge understatement. He is honest, very competent, discusses every aspect of the work with you, liaised fully with the building inspectors and made no complaints when we made changes to the original plan. You really could not do better than chose Tony Jordan.

, MK43

16 Apr 2015


Tony formed a new doorway through a solid wall in our early 1900s house. His quote was competitive, work completed in good time and to an excellent standard. We highly recommend him and will be using him for any future building work we have.

, MK44

21 Jan 2015


Tony is a very trustworthy, honest and professional builder. He did a very excellent job by installing a brand new uPVC personnel door for my Garage. Work was very clean and the job was done within the suggested time frame. In terms of Quality and Price, I cannot fault Tony at all, as it was very competitive and reasonable. I would make use of Tony's services in the future and would highly recommend him. Thanks.

, MK42

20 Jan 2015


Highly recommend Antony who carried out my "rush" job of knocking down an internal wall, creating a new doorway, blocking up a redundant entrance, all within budget and timescale. He is professional and personable and I would definitely call on his skill and expertise again.

, MK40

17 Nov 2014


Tony took on initial building works then agreed to extend the scope. He managed different trades on site and the local council! He is a very good builder who can be trusted and relied upon. All work delivered was of high standard.

, MK40

16 May 2013


Stop right there. Pick Tony. I couldn't say it simpler than that. Professional, honest, very good on victorian houses, high attention to detail, proactively forsees problems and offers solutions,very tidy and child friendly. Our kitchen job turned into a bit more included as Tony fixed our noisy central heating, fixed dropping joists, smelly pipes, added new step outside... the list continues. All in all he's a fantastic bloke, competitive prices and I'd never look elsewhere for another builder.

, MK40

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Antony Jordan answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Sandy

Enise Ramsay's question
Thu 29 Nov 2018 20:58pm
Hi I got a building firm in to refit my bathroom. When they came they ask if I would like a Bathstore to do a design which I did and I went to shop to pick items. When agreed to it the bath I was meant to get was 1690mm long and 740mm wide then the project manager come and said I couldn’t get the bath but showed me another bath similar to the original one and I said yes but unknown to me the bath I got was 1700mm long and 750 wide then they installed un known to me they had cut my new when I questioned them about why they cut the bath they said they had to cut it to fit my shower screen because of where the window was. We all new about the window and I knew I would have to have a folding screen because of this and so did the store and firm but never once did any of them tell me my bath would need to be cut now the screen doesn’t sit properly on the bath. I then ask the project manager if he had put the smaller width bath would he still had to cut the bath and he said yes. I don’t Know if a new bath should be cut or not, as now I am thinking that now they have cut the bath it is now void in the manufactures eyes thank you
  • Antony Jordan's Answer
    Sun 2 Dec 2018 00:14am
    Oh my god really.. Project manager.? more like project idiot. Im sorry to tell you but the warranty is invalid, and the bath has now lost its strength as the roll top is designed to hold it solid. So its now scap. I hope you didn't pay them, if there still there kick them of site, and if you did paid ask for refund or go to small claims court, talk to trading standards, and most of all take photos lots of them. Ask friends if they have used a plumber bathroom fitter and use them.
VENUS RABBANI's question
Thu 31 May 2018 11:02am
I am putting up shelves on a 4.19mx2.5m metal stud wall by using heavy duty uprights and brackets and mdf as the shelves. I am also using cavity wall fixing. I'm quiet concern that since this is a big wall and my library is pretty heavy and full, mounting it to the wall is not a good idea and that the wall isn't strong enough to bear the load. Can you please say whether I need extra support or is it a good idea to put this up in the first place? Thanks a lot Veera
  • Antony Jordan's Answer
    Thu 31 May 2018 22:40pm
    Veera hi. If your putting shelving up on a stud wall to take a heavy load like books, i would suggest you change the design of the shelving. If you were to use timbers planks the same depth as the shelves and stand them along the wall at equal gaps with shelves between the planks the weight would be transferred to the floor. But still fix the top to the wall so it doesn't fall forward.

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Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment


Chimney Building / Repair


Cellar & Basement Conversion

Garage Conversion

House extension

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Doors - Internal

Wooden Shutter

Laminate Flooring