The Cross House
The brackets are made of four pieces of wood nailed together. To repair this eek issue I could remove the bracket, cut away the eek parts, and attach new pressure-treated parts, cut to the right shape.
This plan however presupposes I can get the bracket out. Will this prove easy? Or hard? If the latter how much damage will happen to the bracket and adjacent bracket and house in the process of removal?
I have no idea.
There is a small voice whispering in my ear: Leave the bracket alone. You have owned the house for almost three years and never even noticed the issue.
This is true.
So, should I listen to the voice telling me to be sensible?
Or should I go at the bracket, potential unleashed horrors/problems/hours be damned?
Oh! What to do? What to do?
Taking bets now…