Can't quite envision a "clean" way of doing this:
Let's say you have to replace a foot long section right in the middle of
perhaps a 12 foot section of horizontal clapboards.
How does one cut it out; only the foot long section ? (leaving the rest, on
either side, in place).
The only way I can think of is to use a keyhole saw, as that would enable me
to place the teeth flat right against the wood. But, how does one cut the
section that is underneath the clapboard above ?
This seems like one of those subjects where there is a real trick involved,
but I don't see it.
Any how-to suggestions would be appreciated.