Although styles and types vary, many manufacturers offer built-in features that allow hinge pockets on doors
and frames to be modified from standard-weight to heavy-weight. Examples of the different methods are:
grinding or flattening down raised embossments in shim plates or reinforcements; removing or breaking off
hinge filler shim plates; adjusting set screws; and removing wire shims. These options all involve removing
material from the pocket to allow for heavy-weight depth to be achieved. As always, check with individual
manufacturers to determine the type of modifications offered.