Fake grass at Selfridges in Oxford Street, London

Sorry guys been so busy in the world of artificial grass that I have neglected my blogging duties! I promise to now make the effort to keep you posted each week! Well, where to start? Not that we are in the habit of name dropping but we are very proud to say that thanks to Perfect Grass the staff at Selfridges in London now have a roof terrace with 250 sqm of our commercial artificial grass to enjoy.

The install team took the grass up in 5 rolls and put it down in 14 different bits. You have to admit it looks fantastic and the staff loved it!

Selfridges artificial grass area

A bit for charity mate

A huge well done to Gavin and the team for installing artificial grass to an area at Demelza’s Childrens Hospice in Eltham, London. A special mention as we decided to take £400 off the bill and donate it to the hospice instead. I hope the kids enjoy it! 


These are just a couple of the commercial jobs we’ve been doing lately, on the domestic side of things people are lining up to replace their lawns with our amazing artificial turf. You will be too if you look at our Facebook page and see the work we do, request your free sample of our premium, EU produced artificial grasses today here !


  1. Hi Gavin, on a artificial grass running track where the edge is glues to a screed edge all the away around what thickness should the edge screed be, also would granite chipping be ok on weed membrane once 35 mm turf has been removed from the topsoil many thanks Jim.

    • Hi there, this would not be a sufficient base at all. Ideally it needs to be fitted to a solid base like tarmac or concrete to really be long lasting.
      However the minimum I would have under it would be 3-4 inches of type 1 and then 1 inch of granite dust.
      If this isn’t fitted correctly it will be a waste of time as it will sink very very quickly and become uneven.

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