Home Heat Saver

Home Heat Saver

Do you know where your home is losing heat? Finding out could prevent your power bills from going through the roof. 

The Home Heat Saver will only be available until February 28th, 2022, so make sure that you don't miss out. After this time, you won’t be able to access heat loss details for your home. Log into your Saint John Energy account today to access this free heat loss awareness program. If you have any questions, please contact Saint John Energy at homeheatsaver@sjenergy.com.

As Canada’s oldest incorporated city, Saint John is home to many beautiful heritage homes. We know many of these older homes experience significant heat loss which can lead to high power bills – especially in the winter.

 Now you can see exactly where your home is losing heat with the Home Heat Saver. Log into your Saint John Energy account to view your FREE Heat Loss Map and see how your Heat Loss Score compares to your neighbourhood.   

Saving Energy Begins at Home

At Saint John Energy, we’re committed to helping you make smart energy choices. We want to help you save money on your power bill by reducing your electricity use – and make your home more comfortable all year long. In partnership with Natural Resources Canada, the University of New Brunswick and Calgary-based MyHEAT, the Home Heat Saver will help you better understand your homes efficiency and how to improve it.


Remember, your Heat Loss Map and Heat Loss Score are an indicator of potential heat loss, not a diagnosis of your home’s energy efficiency. To learn more about your home energy efficiency, we recommend you consider a Home Energy Evaluation through the Total Home Energy Savings Program.

Frequently Asked Questions on the Home Heat Saver Program

How do I access my Heat Loss Score and Heat Loss Map?
Why don’t I see a link in my account for the Home Heat Saver?
How is the data collected?
What is a Heat Loss Map?
What is a Heat Loss Score?
What should I do if I have a high Heat Loss Score?
How accurate is the Heat Loss Score?
Why does my house show so much red even if I have a low Heat Loss Score?
Why does this show heat loss through my garage if it is unheated?
Does the Heat Loss Maps or Heat Loss Score represent my home’s energy consumption?
Can you actually ‘see’ into my house with this data?