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Compare and upgrade your repair plan

Individual Service Guard plans vary depending on location, with some Black Hills Energy territories unable to offer the program. To see which plans are offered in your location and to sign up, enter your ZIP code below. You can manage your plan and schedule repairs through your online account. If you have further questions or need additional help, contact us on social media, email or call 888-890-5554.

Additional resources

As you can tell, we think our Service Guard program is pretty great. To learn more about it, check out these additional resources. Our FAQ page provides the answers to many of your Service Guard questions. And our blogs, where we share tips for energy savings and explore other energy topics, are a great resource for homeowners looking to be energy efficient.

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Black Hills Energy blog

  • When severe weather strikes, it pays to have an emergency kit ready and waiting. That way, a weather emergency is … well, less of an emergency. Even better, a kit doesn’t have to be super complicated. Most of the items you already have around the house. So, let’s get started. Begin with some…
  • Don’t let high energy bills turn you into a Grinch this holiday season. Instead, gather your elves and get to work making your home as energy efficient as possible. From wrapping your water heater to caulking drafty windows, our 12 days of energy savings will help you keep energy efficiency top…
  • A holiday season without good food would bring out the Grinch in all of us. So many of our best holiday memories begin with the meals we share and the goodies we bake. Remember Mom’s sweet potato pie or Grandma’s Mexican cinnamon cookies? How about your aunt’s famous turkey stuffing or your…
  • You may not have even realized that energy vampires lurk amidst the playful ghosts and goblins, but they’re there. Energy vampires are appliances that even when turned off use a small amount of electricity. They’re called phantom loads.  On average, these phantom loads, also known as standby…