About Us

DAG-Wood Products Ltd. is a family-owned and operated business with a mission to provide superior customer service and exceptional quality products.

Our Master Craftsmen offer a combined 50 years experience in fine woodworking to help your vision become reality.

We excel in straight and curved staircases, railings, custom doors, fireplace mantles, and other high quality wood products. Since 2008, the DAG-Wood name has become synonymous with quality workmanship using the best wood products available.

We handle custom carpentry projects for both residential and commercial clients, offering custom millwork, including shelving units, signage, cabinet doors, mantels, floating stairs and passage doors. We ensure your complete satisfaction.

DAG-Wood’s hardworking team is dedicated and committed to quality craftsmanship. Two master woodworkers are supported by an experienced shop manager, excellent craftspeople, technicians, installers and front-end staff, all notable for their work ethic, service, and after-sales service.

Our ability to do everything in house, from manufacturing to installing, ensures consistent quality products and production control. Materials are locally sourced, to support the local economy.

AutoCad capabilities, a 3D router, and our 3-axis CNC router allow us infinite flexibility for design, project size, speed and efficiencies.

DAG-Wood serves the entire province for the larger, more complex projects. Our costs are competitive, our delivery time exceptional, and our work is warrantied. For more information visit DAG-Wood online at www.staircasesk.com

Owner and operator David Neufeld has been passionate about this industry since childhood. Watching his dad and uncle work hard at their business, building and crafting wood products, was David’s introduction into carpentry. It was in his blood. From that point on, what began as a hobby then side job transformed into a business in Osler, Saskatchewan, in 2008.

- from Dream Staircases and Master Craftsmen, Candace Fox, Fine Homes Saskatoon, Spring 2012