Fend Off Allergies While Enjoying Beautiful and Affordable Silk Plants from Thesilkeffects.com

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Thesilkfeffect.com offers high-quality, hypoallergenic silk plants, trees and flowers at economically friendly prices. Whether it's a leafy ficus tree or a colorful vase of roses, thesilkeffect.com offers the perfect variety of silk plants to fit any allergy sufferers or plant lover's needs.

Millions of Americans suffer from allergies to outdoor plants, as well as to plants in their own homes. In order to cope with this problem, many people often abide by their doctors' recommendations to get rid of their beloved houseplants once and for all to relieve their allergy problems. But having a plant allergy doesn't mean suffers have to strip their homes of the leafy green and flowering plants they so love to admire. In fact, today it's easier than ever to furnish a home with pretty plants that won't cause pesky allergic reactions like watering eyes, sneezing and itchy throats.

Eskimar Sales, Inc. recently announced the grand opening of their new website http://www.thesilkeffect.com. This retail site caters to those who love flowers and houseplants, but cannot cope with the allergies that often accompany these household decorations. The Silk Effect caters to homeowners, apartment dwellers and businesses alike, offering high- quality, low maintenance silk plants, trees and florals to suit any home or office.

"We have something for everyone," said The Silk Effect president and CEO B.J. Williamson. "For example businesses with areas where customers frequent, or medical practices with waiting rooms where patients may suffer from extreme allergies, would benefit greatly. Our products would allow a safe environment for clients, customers and patients, while being soothing and welcoming to the eye. Our plants will create a warm and inviting environment in a stark room and allow people to enjoy their visit rather than dread potential allergic reactions."

The Silk Effect's online store offers a variety of life-like plants that are pleasing to the eye, as well as 100% free of allergens. Silk plants, trees and florals are the silkeffect.com's specialty. The store showcases silk plants including bonsai, bamboo, cedar, and ficus trees as well as flowers like gerbers, heliconias, roses, magnolias, and more. In addition to trees, plants and flowers, the site also offers mixed flower centerpieces, hanging baskets and candle assortments.

Owners Williamson and Sheryl Covey pride themselves on delivering high-quality, hypoallergenic products at affordable prices.

"We are aware of the economic situation and we do our best to keep our prices competitive," said co-owner Covey. "Our goal is to provide anyone with allergy issues the same possibilities to enjoy beautiful plant décor in private homes or businesses as those people who are not afflicted with allergies."

Though many allergy suffers aren't aware of this fact, scientific studies have shown that pretty, green houseplants are often the cause of allergic reactions like sniffling, sneezing and runny eyes. Scientists estimate that up to 20 percent of an allergy sufferer's symptoms are connected to indoor plants. Thesilkeffect.com's plants, trees and flowers are an affordable and healthy way to avoid annoying allergic reactions.

Thesilkeffect.com website is designed for maximum maneuverability, it's vast selection of products is competitively priced and able to endure both indoor and outdoor conditions. Thesilkfeffect.com's owners, Covey and Williamson, pride themselves on their excellent customer service skills, as well as their ability to offer a wide array of beautiful silk plants, trees and flowers at affordable prices.

We also have a great new blog http://www.affordablesilkflowersblog.com we will be discussing all types of flowers and plants. Also tips and hints on where to place them around your office or home.

B.J. Williamson - President and CEO
Sheryl Covey - Secretary and Treasurer
The Silk Effect
2815 Queens Way - 1A
Milton, WA 98354
eskimar1 (at) comcast (dot) net
(253) 517-5970



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