I just have replaced a white wood board on top of the window (the old board could be poked with a finger). The old board was just a bit longer and was hiding a damaged piece of siding (see picture). I decided not to replace siding - too much work right there and instead put lots of Quad clear calking. My plan is to paint it over and call it a day. However, I'm not sure that having exposed right side of the cedar board (primed & painted) is a good idea. Should I take a piece of aluminum and cover both top of the corner of the board and that exposed piece of siding?
Would appreciate any advice.
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