Porcelain tiles are known for their durability and resistance to wear and tear. They are harder and more dense than regular ceramic tiles, which makes them less prone to chipping and breaking. However, they can still break if they are subjected to extreme force or if they are improperly installed. It is important to follow the manufacturer's guidelines for installation and to use proper techniques when cutting and handling the tiles to minimize the risk of breakage. Additionally, using a high-quality adhesive and grout can help to ensure that the tiles are securely in place and less likely to break.
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