I own a pizzeria that I’m afraid is totally hot inside. I have been in the food & beverage industry my entire career. The one thing that I have not experienced was re-thinking my Heating and A/C needs. Kitchens get really hot of course however that is to be expected. The dining area should be an even, comfortable temperature. I watched my waitstaff closely as they worked through a stressed Tuesday night. A slight glow of perspiration is one thing however what I saw was profuse perspiring. That is not adequate in a superb dining pizzeria. A perspiring waiter delivering your entree is not what a purchaser ever wants to see. I called a frequent purchaser who owns an Heating and A/C business. He made a point of coming to the pizzeria during the busy weekend rush. The Heating and A/C professional agreed that our Heating and A/C method was not keeping up with the packed house. The rapidly adjusting temperatures were on the verge of being very uncomfortable. The heating & cooling pro suggested I look into a new way of heating and cooling the pizzeria. He suggested using a VRF cooling system. The term VRF stands for variable refrigerant flow. The method is a novel one. There are several air vents in weird zones of the pizzeria. The method allows each section within the pizzeria to be individually cooled or heated. The VRF units are the solution I was looking for. Patrons will no longer be subject to a temperature level dictated by where they are seated. Using the VRF method will bring the even, consistent heating & cooling I need to give in a first class destination. The added bonus is there will no longer be any hot waiters.