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RIDTEK Pest Control is owned by Aussie Shane Jones and his wife Roo with our sons Reef & Airlie a truly family owned business. We are certified Level II RSPH Pest Management and we understand you need help fast and because we are local we can live up to this. We are Checkatrade members and also Buy with Confidence accredited by Trading Standards.
We operate in Newbury, Thatcham, Brimpton, Highclere, Kingsclere, Ashford Hill, Aldermaston, Newtown, Wash Common, Whitchurch, Kintbury, Donnington, Basingstoke and the surrounding areas.
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If you have been into your loft recentley and seen a wasp nest about the size of a golf ball then you are looking at the hibernation cell of a queen wasp. Always take caution when approaching or getting near any wasp nest.
At the end of summer wasp nests typically die off. Only the new queens survive and emerge from the old nest to seek out a location to build a hibernation cell for the winter.
They build this cell with a mix of saliva and paper/wood shavings before hibernating through winter into Spring. They may emerge any time from March to June, it realy depends on the prevailing weather. For example, a mild spring will bring them out earlier.
If the cell your looking at is perfectly intact it may contain a hibernating wasp queen.
If there is a hole in it or it is broken open the queen should have emerged and left to start her new colony by building a much larger nest. The old hibernation cells are never used again.