Many horror stories are told by the first-adopters of the Nissan Leaf and its battery degradation.
GM learned much from its release of the Spark EV, the Chevy Volt and now the Chevy Bolt EV/EUV.
My opinion, FWIW, is that your plan to use two L2 chargers, is the best way to do it for battery health.
Some believe that charging to 100% every night can be harmful, but I believe that GM has that problem solved, built into their battery electronics.
I drive 200-250 miles per day, 6 days a week for Uber, capped at 93% because I still have my Michigan built battery; with my plan to get my new rebuilt battery in late July.
I L2 every night for up to 11 hours to recharge to 93% (my Clipper Creek charger is only 25 amps @ 240V from my Chevy Volt days in 2014).
Now I DCFC almost 5 nights a week during my 2nd break because having an EV, Uber gives me all the long drives that the ICE Uber Drivers reject. I rarely DCFC over 80% because I get enough to finish my night, go home and get my 9 hours sleep and the charging rate drops dramatically over 80%.
One Uber driving Bolt EV owner on the other chevybolt.org, now has 140,000 miles on his Bolt and claims only a 6% degradation before getting his updated battery.