- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
Call out fee of $25 within Middlesex and Union County. We will work on a reward basis... That means you pay me what it's worth to you and what you can afford, for me to find your lost item.
Any search location. Personal property, beaches, Parks, forestry woods, and under water equipment up to waist high water.
North/Central New Jersey (Middlesex and Union County). You can contact me if outside the selected counties. Will travel within reason.
Mike Piatkowski's Bio
I usually work as a team with my wife Karen. We have many years of experience in metal detecting and have found many relic items and Jewelry. Karen recently found a 1969 College ring from the now defunct College of Emporia in Kansas, that resulted in the rightful returning to its owner, who lost it almost 30 years earlier.
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Mike Piatkowski - Recent Blog Post
On a rare perfect November weather day we set out to locate a lost white gold wedding ring. I received a call from Chris’s mother earlier in the week, in which she was looking for ways to help her son find his lost wedding band. After she she came across the Ringfinders website, she reached […]
We received a call from Ryan that he lost his white gold diamond earring That was a wedding gift to his mother that was handed down to him. Items such as this, hold much more sentimental value than just a store bought set of earrings. It was lost on a practice field at an Iselin […]
I received an email from a New York man who had lost his Platinum wedding ring. When I was finally able to make contact with Lap, he had told me he was at his mother-in-laws house, in Belle Meade, NJ, swimming in the pool and throwing a ball around. On one particular toss, he felt […]
Jeanne called me late last week stating that she had lost her one carrot diamond earring that is set in a Platinum post. She was attending a funeral at a local church and upon walking out to her car she stated that she felt something fall. When she felt her ear, the earring was gone. […]
Eric, from South Amboy, NJ called me about his Tungsten ring he had lost. He stated that he was swatting cob webs that were forming at the corner of his porch when his ring flew off his hand. He stated that he actually heard the ring hit the porch but then didn’t get a chance […]