If your going to park outside, you have to take into effect the dew. Depending on where you live of course. Here in Pennsyltucky if you park a covered bike on grass, you will do way more damage to it than good.
The dew rises up gets trapped under the cover and keeps the bike wet. (Don't be a retard and say it has a vent, the hole on the bottom of the cover is 1000, time larger than the vent holes
)The solution to that is to park it on a sheet of plywood, concrete, asphalt or deck, then cover.
Parking a car in a garage is the equivalent of running into the house to take a piss, some women insist on doing it. (None that ever stay around me long
) I don't call it a garage, it is a workshop, not a parking space.
I have parked bikes in the house for extended periods (years) rebuilt engines on a counter top, even had a place in one house taped off in the kitchen where the woman was not allowed to go. (She had helped once by straightening up the parts I had laid out in order of reassembly