- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a ''Reward Basis'' that means you pay what you can afford and what its worth to you... to have your lost ring found. There will be a $25.00 gas fee depending on where you live and how far it is for me to get to you (if the item is not found)
Land or water up to 5 feet.
Southeast NH to the Lakes Region of NH.
Tim Kerber's Bio
I am a retired police officer and author of the book "Metal Detecting
for Beginners and Beyond" as seen here: http://amzn.to/1L6hrYE
Tim Kerber - Recent Blog Posts
A week ago a woman lost her mother’s 1938 wedding band. She was at the water’s edge of her brother’s lake house on Newfound Lake in Bristol New Hampshire. She was throwing a ball around with her nephew, when she realized her mother’s ring was gone. They searched for well over an hour but couldn’t […]
A casual morning metal detecting in the waters of lake Winnisquam in Belmont NH helped solved a 43 year old mystery. In about 5 feet of water, I found a 1972 10K gold class ring from “Darien High School”. It also had the school’s mascot, named “The Blue Wave”. A quick google searched confirmed that […]
I was asked to help a understandably upset woman who had lost her rings at Seabrook beach, NH. While I at first thought it was one ring, it was actually two. Both of them platinum with dozens of diamonds between the two of them. She was putting on sunscreen, put the rings in her lap […]
While out water metal detecting, I was approached by one of the swimmers in the area. He asked for help finding his wedding band which he lost some time in the last couple of hours. He explained the area it would be in and also the very unique inscription on it. Besides his wedding date, […]