After months of waiting, Houston finally has the new carpet for its downtown skyline.
Houston has a new brand of carpet that’s been designed to help improve the quality of life in the city.
“The carpet is really good, and it’s actually really nice, and people are really looking forward to it, so it’s kind of a win-win,” said James Johnson, owner of Johnson & Johnson, which will open the carpet store in the Westheimer District.
“It’s a win for everybody, and for us as a carpet manufacturer, as well as for Houstonians.”
The carpet will be a mix of natural fibers and synthetic fibers.
It will be made in Houston by Johnson & Johnson, a company based in Houston that has a warehouse in the area.
The carpet was designed by a team from Johnson & amp; Johnson that includes Johnson & Amp; Johnson’s founder and CEO, Michael Soderberg, who said it’s designed to reduce dust in the homes.
It’s the first carpet made in the US by a carpet-maker from a large city, he said.
It will be shipped to Houston in six weeks, and the store is expected to open by the end of March.
Johnson &&Johnson says the carpet will reduce energy use, improve air quality, reduce the odor of household dust and improve health.
The company is partnering with Houstonians and has started a petition on Change.org, calling for Houston to have a carpet store.