Mobile Metal Detecting Service .. Call Stan the Metal Detector Man .. 949-500-2136
*** Shaun had walked out of his house in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. when the strong wind blew his hat of his head. He instinctively threw his hands up to catch his hat. That’s when his wedding ring flew off his finger.
After a couple days of searching his yard that was in the process of a landscaping project he decided he needed help. Shaun had did a little research and was able to get a recommendation to call a member of TheRingFinders. His first question to me was, to ask if I could come 60 miles to do a search in his yard. Not a problem for me. It was only a little more than an hour drive.
When I met Shaun he showed me where he had been standing when he threw hands up to catch his hat. Directly in front of him was the sidewalk with short artificial turf between the sidewalk and curb. All that area did not have any place that could hide a ring, although wedding bands have been known to hit hard surfaces rolling quite a distance.
After doing a simple visual search of the sidewalk and street. I began an search the construction area where there was a block wall being built. It was difficult to walk over the slight slope covered with good size rocks. After about an hour into the search, I got a good signal from my metal detector. Up against the bock wall hiding in the shade of a medium size rock was Shaun’s ring. I called him over to look at the location it was found. He told me that he was sure he would have never found the ring without my help. I know it was hard to know what direction or how far the ring had gone because the loss happened so fast. Once the construction workers returned to finish the work, I’m sure the ring would have been buried or removed with the excess dirt and rocks.
Most important is Shaun has his ring back where it belongs. It was also nice to see the happiness and grateful response he showed me. I love doing ring recoveries.
“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ Don’t wait call now! Stan .. 949-500-2136
I service any place in Southern California. One hundred miles or more drive is not a problem for me.