Javier Escribano, a life by your side
Grupo Escribano was born in 1998 by the hand of Javier Escribano, who, alone, began his career offering painting services. These first years in which, as a starting professional, his only assets were his enthusiasm, energy and good work, knowing that his future would depend on the values with which he exercised his profession and quality in the execution of the work.
All the small profit that was generated those first years was invested in the company, knowing that tangible assets were necessary to consolidate and respond to the client, whose loyalty would be fundamental in the company's strategy. Years later, all his efforts paid back, the objectives were met, and he already had his own company, Pinturas Escribano, dedicated primarily to the rehabilitation of facades and painting services in general.
Recent times have been marked by the evolution of Escribano. Pinturas Escribano is today Grupo Escribano, expanding its services in the construction and integral reforms, the rehabilitation of facades and the maintenance of communities.
Corporate and social responsibility
Our mission is to achieve equal opportunities for the most disadvantaged boys and girls. To this end, we promote solidarity actions to fight poverty and inequality. The values that govern us are as necessary as promoting tolerance and solidarity between people, societies and peoples, regardless of race, sex, religion, age or socioeconomic condition; promoting the freedom and equality of all human beings, fighting against exploitation and poverty, favouring responsibility and sustainability in the use of our natural resources, achieving a fair distribution of natural assets with the most disadvantaged areas of our planet, and ensuring autonomous and transparent management of the support we receive, directing them directly to the different projects and solidarity actions. Besides, the Escribano Foundation leads the “Peque Armario” project in Palma de Mallorca, a plan to help families in vulnerable situations by providing clothes, toys or shoes, all for the smallest of the house.