Foam insulation is one of the best investments you can make in your home.  It increases your home's energy efficiency, lowers the cost to heat and cool your house, and raises your home's resale value. 

While many people choose to hire a contractor to add foam insulation to their homes, a dedicated DIYer can choose a foam insulation kit and do the job themselves.  Read on for some of the best foam insulation kits.

First, take at look at the do it yourself SPRAY foam kit by Fomofoam.  This kit comes with two disposable tanks containing part A and part B of the foam, and the nozzles on the spray heads are cleanable in acetone; that's a big plus. 

The two components mix in the nozzle, and you'll find that the result cures much faster than other low pressure polyurethane foam spray.  This product also has the highest R value on the market for its type, so you're getting lots of insulation for the money.

Tiger Foam is another one of the do it yourself low pressure spray foam insulation kits.  Like the Fomofoam product mentioned above, it doesn't contain CFCs, VOCs, or formaldehyde, so you can feel good about using it. 

The kit is completely self contained, so there's no need for any additional machinery or power supplies.  It also comes with a 100% money back guarantee, so if there's anything you're unhappy about, they'll make it right.

If you're really looking to be eco-smart about your foam insulation kit, Foam it Green might be just the ticket.  Made in the USA with eco-friendly processes, this particular product offers some other advantages that might make it the best choice of the three. 

First of all, there's a temperature strip on the tanks; these chemicals need to be at a certain temperature or higher to spray and cure properly or you waste chemicals.  This temperature strip means there's no guesswork about whether or not it's warm enough. 

In addition, if the mix is correct, the foam is a light green color.  If the color isn't present, something isn't mixing properly in the nozzles.  Other foams are the same uniform tan color, so this extra safety check is nice.

All of these foam insulation kits offer an a R value of 7 for each inch of foam, so you can see that you can really add to your home's energy efficiency with these kits. 

Don't forget about the 30% tax credit that you might be able to claim after you up your home's insulation.  That will help pay for the cost of the project – that, and the 40% you might save, on average, off of your energy bill.