- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
We work on a reward basis that means you pay what it's worth to you and what you can afford for us to come out and find your lost item.
There will be a fuel charge of $.35/mile from Lafayette, LA
Dry land, beach, water less than 6”
100 miles from home assured. May extend range after discussing project.
Sid Breaux's Bio
Sid is a 63 year old semi-retired professional Petroleum Engineer. His professional history can be found on LinkedIn. He has within the last 2 years taken up treasure hunting as a hobby. The idea of helping others find lost items while engaging in his latest hobby is very attractive.
Carrie is a homemaker and contract bookkeeper. She manages the financial aspects of Breaux Engineering. She also has recently taken up treasure hunting. She is always looking for the next treasure hunting adventure.
Sid Breaux - Recent Blog Post
Rob was cleaning out his gutters and slung his ring off into the back yard. He purchased a metal detector and tried to find the ring, without success. Locating TheRingFinders on line, he called us for help. We set up to hunt the next day. Carrie and I had a 20’ x 20’ area to […]
Bridgette lost her ring at an RV park near Lafayette. She was playing volleyball at the time. After she, her husband and several friends searched the court without success, they looked for expert help. At first, her husband had a hard time believing people really do look for other’s lost jewelry. […]
Ashley called on December 22. Her husband, Rahn, lost his wedding band, while working in the yard. Carrie and I were in California, spending time with the grandkids, so we set the 28th for the hunt. We arrived back from California and went the next day to FIND THE RING. Rahn had worked in the back yard […]
Carrie and I had just found a ring for a client and were packing our detectors up when we received a call for another lost ring. The location was actually on our way home. We headed out and were at our search site within 15 minutes. Lindsey said she was in her car with her […]
Rosetto called me on Tuesday. She had lost her husband’s diamond and tungsten carbide wedding band the day before. They had searched the yard without success. I questioned her on the loss. “Where do you think the ring is?” “It’s either in our yard, the neighbor’s yard or in the tree.” “The tree??” “I was […]