- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis, you only pay if your item is found. You pay what it is worth to you to have it found...
I have a call out fee of $25 if the ring is not found, this covers my fuel expenses.
Beaches, Parks, Lakes & Yards... I also have a underwater metal detectors and can search up to 5 feet of water.
Sarnia and surrounding areas, contact me if your outside my area.
Ben Rondeau's Bio
I've been treasure hunting for 20 years and love this hobby! I joined The Ring Finders to help people find their lost rings in my hometown and surrounding areas "Including Port Huron Michigan".
Ben Rondeau - Recent Blog Post
After waving her arms in the air from her front porch while saying goodbye to her grandchildren, this lovely lady noticed her ring was no longer on her finger. As many others like her she thought it was gone forever! In a last-ditch effort her husband searched the internet until lo and behold The […]
Found a friend (2011)
Hi everyone, I had an old friend that was trying to contact me but did not have my number and could not find it because it is not in my name so he decided to just put my name in the search engine and guess what popped up; The Ring Finders, with all of my […]
My first Blog (2011)
Just wanted to say hi to everyone from Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. I have been a member of the ring finders for close to a year now and just love what is represents. Chris Turner has done an excellent job building this great service. I love metal detecting as a hobby and nothing is better than […]
Ben Rondeau - Testimonials
If you are unlucky enough to lose a piece of jewelry in the great outdoors, connect The Ring Finders Ben Rondeau... (2022)
If you are unlucky enough to lose a piece of jewelry in the great outdoors, connect with Ring Finders
Ben Rondeau. (519 339 6649) He responded to our message quickly, was at our door within hours and with his metal detector found my ring within minutes. We had looked and looked. And looked. It was under a shrub, covered by a leaf in a black lava rock bed. Happy to have it
back! Thanks Ben!