- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a "Reward Basis". That means you decide what you want to pay based on what the item is worth to you, and what you can afford, to have me find it. I am available 24/7 most of the time.
I have a call out fee of $20 if the item is not found to cover my gas expense.
Anything having a metal content lost on beaches, parks, private property (note- for private property not belonging to you, permission to enter and search will need to be obtained by you before I can proceed), shallow water.
Inland Empire (Riverside County) and surrounding counties of San Bernardino, Orange, and LA.
Ron Wilton's Bio
I am honorably retired from public service. Therefore, I am generally available to respond immediately.
I have been metal detecting since 2015 and belong to a local metal detecting club. I have the proper equipment for both water and land. My goal is to do all I can to reunite you with your lost item, because I know there is a sentimental, financial, or other reason very important to you.
Time is of the essence, so please don’t wait before calling. Grass gets mowed and thrown out, trash is picked up on trash day.
Ron Wilton - Recent Blog Post
On March 28th, 2019, I received an email from Luigi stating that approximately one month earlier he took his family to Running Springs, CA to play in the fresh snow. They had pulled off the highway into a turnout which had a slope behind it. Everyone began sliding down the hill. As Luigi was sliding […]
September 4, 2018 Ron Wilton, Corona, CA, USA I received my very first call this morning as a new member of The Ring Finders. Needless to say, I was excited and nervous! I so wanted to be able to find that first ring! Salvador told me that his wife, Celeste, was playing with their dog […]
Ron Wilton - Testimonials
Without the confidence of a professional metal detector operator I would have never gone back (2019)
I lost my wedding band on a snow day with my family in Running Springs. I went downhill with a sled and when I stood up the ring was off my finger. I looked everywhere and I couldn’t find it. I went back with a cheap metal detector and all I found was pieces of chain and other ferrous metals. The metal detector wasn’t sensitive enough and the snow definitely didn’t help.
Almost a month went by and my brother-in-law suggested I find someone on The Ringfinders. My wife looked on the website and it said Ron was in my area. As it turns out he lives so close to me it was probably easier to walk to his house than drive. Ron answered my email immediately and the next day we loaded up in his truck and we drove to Running Springs. The car ride was enjoyable. Ron is very easy to talk to. When we got there I was showing Ron the area I thought it would be. As Ron was re-parking his truck to unload I walked down and looked around. After picking up a couple pieces of garbage I saw something that looked too round to be a piece of chain. It was my ring!! I ran up the side of the hill and I told Ron I had found it. He was thrilled. I told him all I needed was some of his good luck!! I was very happy I called Ron. Without the confidence of a professional metal detector operator I would have never gone back up to look for my ring and I would have never found it. Ron has a new friend for life!!