I had a new block paving driveway installed several years ago. I considered a patterned concrete drive - but just don't like the look of them too much.
The big disadvantage of block paving is, of course, weeds and moss growing in the joints. It's also a pain cleaning the drive with a pressure washer because it blasts all the sand out of the joints.
My neighbour, who has a block paving driveway also tried using one of these resing coatings that you put on the driveway with a roller. Supposed to seal the blocks *and* the joints to prevent weed growth - but it hasn't worked and he still has the same problem as me.
Is there no type of setting 'grout' that can be used with block paving to fill the joints with a solid material that will not permit the growth of weeds and moss?