Ebbsfleet boss Liam Daish fears that any more postponed games will result in a fixture pile-up for his side.
Freezing temperatures have forced the re-scheduling of matches against York City in the FA Trophy and league games against Wrexham and Alfreton Town.
Daish, whose side face York tomorrow, told BBC Radio Kent: "We haven't got a backlog as such yet.
"However, it can soon mount up. Hopefully the games will get underway this week and we can start playing."
As a part-time outfit, Ebbsfleet's players will have to take time off from their day jobs in order to play the re-arranged fixtures in midweek.
However, the prolonged break has allowed more time for some members of Daish's squad to return to fitness.
"We had a couple of knocks from a couple of weeks ago," said Daish.
"Ram Marwa would have had a fitness test on Saturday but this gives a few more days for his injury to settle down.
"The extra couple of days can really make a difference."