Paso Robles Propane Service
Propane is a clean efficient form of energy. Burning cleaner than many other forms of energy, propane helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Propane gas works harder and smarter, helping you save energy and money.
Wildhorse Propane and Appliance provides propane gas delivery service to residences, businesses, agricultural operations and industries throughout San Luis Obispo County.
Our bulk propane service delivers to your home, farm or company, but we can also fill up RV tanks, forklift tanks, propane vehicle tank, and other agricultural and industrial equipment, see our list of dispensing locations.
Our service includes
- Affordable and reliable delivery
- Appliance sales
- Gas line installation
- 24-hour emergency service
Affordable and reliable delivery
Wildhorse offers good energy prices, great customer service and on-schedule delivery of bulk propane gas. Our route drivers will check your tank and fill you up as needed or on an on-call basis. Since 1980, Wildhorse has been a major supplier of propane gas and tanks for San Luis Obispo County. We care about the safety of your family and your tank gas supply.
If you are thinking of switching propane service in Paso Robles, we can help with delivery and installation of a new propane tank. They are available in various sizes. We accept Visa and MasterCard and offer regular billing on account.
Get top brand appliances such as Maytag, Frigidaire, Amana, Kitchenaid, Whirlpool and more from Wildhorse Propane and Appliances. Whether you are upgrading to new appliances, building a brand new home or remodeling, we can supply:
- Refrigeration and freezers
- Ovens and Stovetops
- Laundry appliances
- Air Conditioning and ventilation
About Paso Robles
Paso Robles is officially known as the City of El Paseo de Robles. The city, incorporated 1889, was known early on as a hot springs resort. The original Mexican land grant, Rancho Paso de Robles was purchased by James and Daniel Blackburn, in partnership with Drury James (uncle of Jesse James), in 1857. The area attracted settlers who established ranches, orchards, and vineyards.
Today only three hot springs open to the public, the Paso Robles Inn, River Oaks Hot Springs, and Franklin Hot Springs. Vineyards have replaced most of the orchards and cattle. Paso Robles has become a destination wine region and a major producer of award winning wines.
Other agriculture in the area includes lavender farms, olive orchards, and honey production. These ventures are celebrated every year with their own festivals. The annual Paderewski Festival and associated events celebrate the musical traditions of Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941) who lived and farmed in the area.
The Paso Robles area celebrates hundreds of local activities that are enjoyed by both locals and visitors. The California Mid State Fair, held every July, draws crowds from all over to the concerts, headlined by world-class entertainers, the exhibits and vendors, the rodeo finals, stock shows, horse shows and carnival.
The GPS coordinates for Paso Robles are 35.6369° N, 120.6545° W.