Plumbing supplier moves to new Courtenay locale

Andrew Sheret and Splashes Bath & Kitchen Centre has moved from 30th Street in Courtenay to the former bingo hall.

Andrew Sheret/Splashes has moved to the old bingo hall in Courtenay.

Andrew Sheret and Splashes Bath & Kitchen Centre has moved from 30th Street in Courtenay to the former bingo hall at the corner of Kilpatrick and 29th.

“We opened with a larger, cutting edge, modern showroom,” said Mike Oldale, branch manager in Courtenay. “It’s a fair bit bigger.”

The plumbing supplies company first opened in 1994 on Kilpatrick where a Salvation Army operates. It moved to 30th Street in 1997.

B.C.-owned and operated since 1892, the company has 23 branches throughout the province. The head office is in Victoria.

Andrew Sheret specializes in plumbing, heating, air conditioning, fireplaces, irrigation, pumps, water filtration, solar and waterworks. The company focuses on sales and distribution of North American and international products, supplying to cities, municipalities, and trade and retail customers.

Its retail division is known as Splashes Bath and Kitchen Centre. Twenty of the branches — including Courtenay, Campbell River and five other Vancouver Island stores — contain a retail showroom adjoining the wholesale business.

Andrew Sheret supports charities and provides post-secondary bursaries.

The grand opening in Courtenay has been delayed until September, although the business is open.

The phone number has not changed — call 250-334-3353.

Visit www.sheret.com and splashesonline.com.

reporter@comoxvalleyrecord.com

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