Indoor bouncy houses are a great option for any weather, as they can be used indoors regardless of the outside climate. Unlike other similar bounce devices, such as trampolines, there are currently no federal safety standards for bouncy houses; they differ by manufacturer and policies may vary by state. If you are going to place the bouncy house in the driveway, on concrete or pavement, you may not be able to use stakes or a spiral anchor for the floor. In that case, I recommend using sandbags or water bags.
You can also tie the bouncy house to anything heavy to anchor it, such as concrete blocks. If you're setting up the bouncy house in a garage, you'll need to put a tarp underneath it to protect the floor. After doing some research and a little trial and error, I have good information about where you can set up a bouncy house. Risk factors for a child being injured include the lack of effective adult supervision (the closed structure of the bouncy house can give parents a false sense of security), the number of participants who overcome device use restrictions, and a combination of participants that includes different ages and weights. We just pushed the bouncy house against a wall, and it only moved a little when things got complicated.
Some of the larger bouncy houses may have anchor points higher up to which a rope is tied and then anchored to the ground that way. There's only one place where the bouncy house won't need a protective layer underneath, and that's if it's placed on a rug. However, there are types of terrain and obstacles you'll want to avoid to protect your bouncy house and jumpers. Attractive, brightly colored inflatable bouncy houses have become a staple in the backyards of celebrating families and friends. I talk in more detail about that in my article How to stop a bouncy house from ruining your lawn, but basically when you choose the protective layer, buy a light-colored tarp. A smaller bouncy house will generally need an area of 10 feet by 10 feet or less to inflate, and is best suited for younger children.
However, while there may be no wind, for safety reasons, it is necessary to anchor the bouncy house before children get on it. A bouncy house usually comes with stakes to anchor it, and rental companies may have sandbags that come with the rent. A bouncy house can be installed and used in a garage if the ceiling is high enough and the garage is large enough.