Thanks guys. It's vinyl siding and I have been trying to do a good job on the install. That front wall with the windows faces almost due south which means it will get a lot of wind and rain. I got that wall finished this morning but had some grief with the top piece. Had to do it in 3 pieces after trying to get one piece with cutouts over both windows into place and almost tearing all the j moulding off trying to make the 4 inch wide piece fit. Finally realized it wasn't physically possible to make it fit, got it off there, set it aside and came back later when the weather and I had both cooled off and finished it in 2 pieces.
I've got to do a ramp to the door. Anyone have any suggestions on how to attach it to the building. I could use a header and joist hangers, cutting the joists at an angle to fit the hangers like you would for a rafter at the top plate and let the bottom rest on the ground or perhaps on some deck blocks. I would be worried about movement from frost at the lower end of the ramp causing stress on the top where it joined the building. The ramp will be about 6 ft. wide but only a few feet long. Door is 5ft 4"wide. Thought of using some pivoting dock brackets but they would cost me 100$ for 2. I'm looking for suggestions. I don't want to just pile the fill up against the building and use that as a ramp.