What a ripoff that quote is !!! The Luxul networking gear alone will cost you thousands more than it's necessary , skip it and find a dealer that uses Ubiquiti.Erlite router for a $100 ,access points at $150 each .
Surveillance cameras ,forget about the Luma equipment , way too expensive for what it is ,look for a dealer that uses Hikvision , again you'll save thousands and it's all Control4 compatible. The Luma stuff is all rebranded Hinvision equipment anyway,why pay double-triple for the same thing.
Skip the Control4 intercom door station ,very expensive , limited functionality and buggy as hell . Look at the Doorbird systems , control4 compatible ,costs 500 and will also ring your phone with their free app .
Skip the 10" tabletop touchscreen ,you might as well get the latest 10" iPad for half the price and use the free Control4 app to accomplish the same thing.
Skip the EA1 controllers behind each TV ( at $650 a pop it will save you thousands) ,their only function is to show you the Control4 menu on the TV screen ,you won't use it very often ,use the app on your phone/ipad instead. Or have them feed the HDMI output from the EA5 into the HDMI matrix if you want a Control4 screen on each TV .
The Omnimount rack is way overpriced , MSRP is 649USD , should be about 830 Canadian .
Lighting control is again overpriced ,chances are you'll be OK with Forward phase dimmers at half the price ,you'll probably have only a few tricky loads( light bulbs ) in the house that wouldn't work with forward dimmers and you can get adaptive ones for them ,if you have to .
The Wirepath surge conditioner is overpriced ,look for Panamax Bluebolt and skip the UPS battery backup to save another 1300 . It's not necessary as none of your AV equipment is critical ,we are not talking about NASA's main servers here,I'm sure you'll be able to survive 10 min without TV if there's a power outage in your area.
The Leaf HDMI matrix is also way overpriced and it doesn't even support HDR , there are other brands that do and are less expensive ( atlona , av proconnect) . If you don't need HDR ,Vanco . But to get the highest possible resolution from the new Apple TV ,you'll need HDR capable equipment .
You can probably get away with an EA3 controller ,half the price of the EA5 ,your project is not that big .
Installation charges also seem a bit excessive , 2 guys should be able to do everything in the proposal for 3 days ,4 at the most . Multiply the total man hours by the normal hourly rate for your area .
Last but not least , 1300 dollars for short interconnect cables and the so called shop parts ( must be the cable ties they'll use) is crazy , you can buy a truck load of them at that price.