Salinas Propane Service
Wildhorse Propane and Appliance is a propane gas delivery service that supplies home, agricultural, and commercial accounts. A routed truck delivery service fills stationary propane tanks throughout the Salinas Valley including Salinas, Greenfield, Soledad, Gonzales, and King City.
Fast, friendly and affordable propane in Salinas
The friendly and professional staff at Wildhorse can fill all of your needs. We combine fair prices, good service and timely delivery. Wildhorse propane service includes the convenience of regular delivery route truck drivers who check your tank. Wildhorse has been a leading supplier of propane gas and propane tanks since 1980. We are dedicated to the safety of your tank and gas supply.
Wildhorse offers fast service and regular monitoring to make filling your energy needs convenient. If you are thinking of switching propane service, we can help you with installation of propane tanks in various sizes. We have a large variety of propane-powered appliances in stock.
Dependable supplier for Salinas
Wildhorse Propane and Appliance is an independent, family owned business based in South Monterey County. Our propane trucks service all of Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties and north to Prunedale, Castroville and Watsonville. Wildhorse is dependable propane service with a solid track record of satisfied customers who recommend us. Read some of our customer testimonials. Wildhorse accepts Visa and MasterCard and offers regular billing for your account.
Supplying all propane gas needs
In addition to propane delivery to your home, farm or business, Wildhorse can fill your RV tanks, forklift tanks, propane vehicle tank, and other agricultural and industrial equipment.
Salinas is county seat and largest municipality of Monterey County, California. The city is the main business, governmental and industrial center of the region. Also hometown of writer John Steinbeck, Salinas is the location of the National Steinbeck Center. The California Rodeo, one of the top 20 professional rodeos in the United States, is held every July. First staged in 1911, the rodeo is known locally as Big Week, kicked off by a barbecue and parade and many other events and activities, including a carnival.
Salinas, as a city, developed from an 1854 Post Office established from a group of American settlers who set up a community along a bend of the Alisal Slough. Streets were laid out in 1867 and the town incorporated in 1874.
Ancestors of the Ohlone people, who still live the region, occupied the Salinas Valley and surrounding areas before European contact.
Salinas’s population is 155,662 as of 2013.
The GPS coordinates for Salinas are 36.6777° N, 121.6555° W.