With Memorial Day Approaching, Impact Architectural Signs Reminds Everyone That Signs and Plaques for Parks, Buildings, and Monuments Are Perfect Way to Commemorate Nation’s Military

April 29, 2014

LA GRANGE, Ill., April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Memorial Day provides an opportunity to pause and remember the large and small acts of heroism displayed by men and women in uniform. Markers and memorials are a profound and respectful way to ensure these heroes are not forgotten. Chicago-area signage company Impact Architectural Signs (http://www.impactsigns.com/) can design, manufacture, and install custom military plaques anywhere in the nation.


“Current military personnel and veterans are special people doing important work on behalf of all of us,” remarked Shabbir Moosabhoy, co-owner of Impact Architectural Signs. “We believe our high-quality, professional plaques are an ideal way to honor these individuals.”

Memorial Day weekend is the stage for somber, commemorative events at military and civilian locations around the country. For its part, Impact Signs recognizes that the hard and often thankless work of the armed forces is part of what makes this country great. Creating beautiful and understated plaques and markers on behalf of the military is the company’s way of giving back and showing respect.

Custom plaques can be installed to honor the sacrifices of military veterans or to offer a description of a historically significant locale. Plaques are also frequently used to identify monuments, parks, and military bases. Impact Signs creates official seals for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and U.S. Coast Guard in a wide range of sizes.

Military plaques are available in two broad styles: etched and cast. As a base material, clients can select from bronze, copper, aluminum, brass, or stainless steel. Bronze plaques have a rugged timelessness to them that complements those same values in the armed forces. Stainless steel and aluminum, on the other hand, have a more contemporary feel, evoking the hull of an aircraft carrier, the fuselage of a jet fighter, or the armored shell of an Abrams tank.

Cast plaques represent a traditional approach and are typically composed of bronze or aluminum. Clients can select from a variety of finishes, borders and edges, and background colors. Etched plaques are the lighter of the two styles, and they can likewise be highly customized to exacting specifications.

Both etched and cast plaques can be further personalized with photos and imagery. Impact Signs has the technology at its disposal to create a memorable look in a variety of styles, from sketch-like renderings of photos to three-dimensional molds. Backgrounds can even be filled in with evocative collages.

Impact Signs keeps the entire production process in-house, ensuring the highest possible level of expertise and quality, not to mention a speedy turnaround and responsive communications throughout. The company extends a lifetime warranty to every plaque and sign it installs. In addition to military plaques, the company also produces indoor and outdoor corporate signage, historical markers, dimensional lettering, and graphics and displays.

Those interested in learning more about Impact Sign’s services, including pricing on custom work, are encouraged to fill out the Quick Quote form today. Generally, once a design is finalized, the company can engineer and deliver a finished plaque or sign within eight business days.

About Impact Architectural Signs

Impact Signs was founded in 1989 by Ammar and Shabbir Moosabhoy, a father and son team. Today, the company is a leading architectural sign company, specializing in the design, production, and installation of high-quality dimensional letters, custom logo signs, and metal plaques – nationwide.


Shabbir Moosabhoy
Impact Architectural Signs
26 E. Burlington Ave.
LaGrange, IL 60525
Phone: +1-708-469-7178

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