So, long story short im using a PowerBridge behind my wall to clean up my power cables. The thing is that this cable needs to be routed behind the wall to keep it safely away from the gas fireplace box, there is plenty of room and some studs to attach too.
The issue is i have no real way to attach the wire to the studs, i can get my staple gun in the hole i have made for the 2 face plates, but i cant actually see where im stapling and lining it up to be perfect and not shooting a staple through the power cable and ruining the entire length just doesnt seem feasible, or smart for that matter as it would be hard to see.
So what i had thought instead, is to hand screw a few eye bolts into the stud, and pull my power cable through those to pull the cord away from the wall. I cant see why this would be against code or any different than stapling....but cant find any info online. Hoping some of you electricians or others more versed might have insight. Its for Oregon.