- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
Service:I work on a reward basis. If the item is found you pay what my services were worth to you for the lost and found item. If the Item is not found there will be a $30 call out Fee. Over the 50 mile radius could increase the call out Fee. This is to cover my expenses of fuel, batteries, etc.. All searches are different. There may be additional cost factors. Insurance and Estate Searches are negotiated. I donate 10% of my call out fee and finding fee to charity! Most of the time to my small church. I would be glad to donate 10% to the charity of your choice if you request it.
Beaches, Parks, fields, woods, lakes. I will be limited to 10 feet deep with my current detectors. You must secure permission if the object is on private property. Federal Land is off limits and Historic districts are only on private land and with owners permission.
Any where in the Hampton Roads and surrounding area. I will go as far as a 100 mile radius if need be(call out fee could be more). Parks, fields, woods, lakes, beaches.
Robert Whitley's Bio
I am a long time resident in Smithfield Virginia. I have wanted to metal detect since I was a kid growing up, there is just something about finding something that is lost or hidden that has always piqued by curiosity. I have been in this hobby for about 5 years. If you have lost something that is valuable and personal to you, call me and let me help you find it.
Robert Whitley - Recent Blog Post
Amy called me the weekend before Memorial Day and said she lost a Diamond ring that her Grandmother gave her while starting their vacation on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I was the closest person on the Ring finders site and wasn’t sure about traveling the 110 miles to look for a ring. Since […]
I got a call from Ted in Virginia Beach, Virginia that he had lost his 14 k gold wedding band in his back yard. We set up a time to come over and do a search. This time I brought my wife armed with her own detector. Ted told us he had been working on […]
I was contacted by Stephen Burgess on fathers Day weekend about a wedding band he lost off of a cottage on Gwynn’s Island in Virginia. It was about 3 weeks later before we got together to go search the area where he thought he lost his ring while swimming. I met him Saturday morning of […]