Hi all, I apologize, because I realize that this is definitely not a big deal and anyone with any electrical knowledge probably already knows this. But not me. Short story - I need to pre-wire our new house for the wall controller for my Quad Mt Vernon AE, and will then have the stove installed later on, after the house is complete (basically the contractor doesn't want the liability of installing it). I know that I need to run a low-voltage 3-strand in-wall wire to the wall controller location. The question: What kind of outlet and wall-plate should I use behind the stove to run the wire into the wall? Does it matter? I am assuming that I need a low-voltage gang box, right? What kind of wall plate - maybe one of those ones for TV wiring with the brushes, like this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0032FO27M/?tag=hearthamazon-20 Or will it get too hot back there fore those little bristles? Again sorry. I can't seem to find any instructions anywhere for the installation of the wall controller, and realized that I had no idea about this particular piece of the puzzle. Thanks a lot!