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Collett Propane Inc, Wilmington, OH, 45177

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We have been supplying propane throughout Southwestern Ohio for more than 50 years, serving residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural customers. That extensive history in the business has provided us with a unique perspective, an understanding of the importance of excellent customer service, and the experience to help you with every propane need you may have.

Phone number: 
(937) 382-1624
Selling: 
Propane
Facebook Reviews: 
Retail sales of propane gas. Commercial and Residential. Installation of above ground and underground propane tanks. Complete outside hook-up to inside gas lines. Cylinder and motor fuel refills at all three locations. Open Monday thru Friday. After hour emergency service available.
Collett Propane provide cost-effective, clean, safe propane tanks to residential, commercial, and agricultural customers.
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Cities served: 
Wilmington, Harveysburg, Clarksville, Waynesville, Oregonia, Port William, Cuba, Spring Valley, Midland, Blanchester, Bowersville, Bellbrook, Martinsville, Morrow, Reesville, Xenia, Jamestown, Dayton,
Sabina, Lebanon, Lees Creek, Wilberforce, New Vienna, Springboro, Alpha, Pleasant Plain, South Lebanon, Lynchburg, Kings Mills, Miamisburg, Maineville, Milledgeville, Goshen, Highland, Cedarville, Franklin, Fayetteville, Jeffersonville, Yellow Springs, Clifton, Newtonsville, Mason, Leesburg, Fairborn, Monroe, Loveland, South Solon, Middletown, Washington Court House, Enon, Springfield, Cincinnati, Owensville, Miamiville, Camp Dennison, West Chester, Milford, Medway, Germantown, Batavia, Bloomingburg, Williamsburg, Trenton, Hillsboro, Mount Orab, Greenfield, Sedalia, South Charleston
Counties served: 
Clinton County, Warren County, Greene County, Montgomery County, Highland County, Fayette County, Clermont County, Brown County, Butler County, Madison County, Clark County, Hamilton County
ZIPs served: 
45177, 45032, 45113, 45068, 45054, 45164, 45114, 45370, 45148, 45107, 45307, 45305, 45146, 45152, 45166, 45385, 45335, 45458, 45169, 45036, 45138, 45384, 45440, 45159, 45066, 45301, 45162, 45459, 4506
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Address: 
6611 W State Route 73
Wilmington, Ohio 45177
United States
Clinton County

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