I am remodeling a house built in the 1980's. This house was originally a slab built house that was rocked on 3 sides. We removed the rock, had a house mover build a wood floor in it and move it 19 miles to its new home. It now rests on stout concrete inground piers. We had planned on re-rocking the house with the original rock but have been told by professional foundation co. that we would be better off with some form of siding. My problem is the square concrete piers 12"x12" stick outside the stud walls by about 2".(Didn't think it would be a great issue since we planned on the 5" rock space). The sheathing combined with say Hardiplank siding does not even come close to overlapping the edge of concret piers. I would really appreciate some insight into this problem. Thanks.